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    Default Tiger in water

    In summer days the probability of finding a tiger in water increases manifold as they need to cool down. With climate change resulting in higher temperatures and a lot of smaller nullahs and water sources drying along with loss of habitat, it is tough time for the tiger.
    800mm, 1/100, ISO 400, f5.6.

    This is from Bandhavgarh tiger reserve.
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    Lovely pose. The low angle adds to the composition. Its relaxing in the water, but still the ears are turned to keep a check on whats going on. Is this a female? Nice details. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice relaxing pose. The composition having symmetric resting of paws on the slab has added value to the image. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    The tigers profile angle gives special majesty to the image . He looks aware, alert and relaxed at the same time . Thanks for sharing.

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    Many great sufi saints used to sing: mujhe apne rang mein rang de..... its so apt in this context too. Nature has ensured harmony by painting em all in the same shade. Beautiful image of the tiger cooling itself, thanks for sharing.

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