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    Default Leopard in Nagarhole

    Nikon D850 +200-500 ,ISO 1400 ,F/7.1 ,1/250s May 2019 late evening
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    Nice pose. The leopard has paused to look back before it decides whether to hurriedly move away or move on in a slow and languid pace. It appears that the focus is slightly infront of the leopard and locked on the leaves. If the focus is not directly on the body of the leopard then it can wander based on difference in contrast. Slightly moving the focus by hand helps fine tune it. Dying to see a leopard in Nagarhole again. Till then will seek comfort in your leopard images. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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    Beautiful composition. The leopard turning and looking back at you strengthens the image further. Its good that you also got the tail in full. What happened next ? Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice image of a Kabini Leopard!The curious look of the animal adds to the attractiveness of the frame.Looks like a sub adult.

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    Shyamalaji, your bond with these amazing cats are evident from the way they pose for you . Another cracking image of the leopard from you, another story of the jungle and another visual treat for all of us. Thanks for sharing.

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