This image has less of landscape and even lesser of the tiger. However, combining both the less'es together gives an impression of the habitat of the tiger. Hence, decided to share the picture in this thread. This is Corbett many years back, got this picture from my archives. This is in the bijrani zone and in the dry river bed/bank, once can often see the tiger and other mammals walk across. The tiger was moving away from us towards the dense canopy of the jungle. Thankfully, most vehicles drove away trying to intercept the tiger ahead, but we chose to stay back and absorb the moment. I have never been fascinated by any other part of Corbett N.P. more than Dhikala and Khinnanauli. When we were in college in the early 90's my friends father was the chief conservator for UP (UP was not split then). We used to often stay at Dhikala and Khinnanauli, and many a times we used to be the first to enter the park post monsoon closure. Pristine, untouched and unpolluted it was then.
Nikon D7k, f/6.3, SS 1/2500, ISO 800, ec +.3, 420mm