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Thread: The big "Kumbha" or T34 Ranthambore!

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    Default The big "Kumbha" or T34 Ranthambore!

    Kumbha is a big Tiger of Ranthanbore.Pandemonium broke loose when we got a glimpse of the animal.There were about 10 gypsys and all wanted to take the best vantage point.Our Gypsy almost toppled by rolling over to the right side of the mud road too much as it was little elevated!.....But at the end I could manage just this shot!

    Canon 80D,Canon 100-400 IS II USM,f5.6,1/100,ISO 1250 (auto),manual focus,hand held

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    Good to hear that you lived to tell the tale. The gypsy drivers become crazy when they sight a tiger. Few years ago in Ranthambhore, one gypsy even hit a tigress and it got saved because of jumping aside in the nick of the moment. Most of the National Parks have to reduce the number of vehicles and visitors inside the national parks.

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    Difficult conditions to photograph. Seems as there were so many gypsies, he preferred to wait behind the thick bushes. Good you could get a glimpse and a record photograph. Thanks for sharing.

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