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    Nikon 750 +70-200 ,1/1600 ISO 1600 ,F/4.5 ,Nov 2019 .
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    Wow you managed to capture its motion so nicely. One can see the flexed muscles. Was it the last one to follow the herd? Great capture. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice action photo captured!THe young ones have a different colour compared to the adults.The young are very playful and a joy to watch.

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    Lovely image. Where did you click this? I like the composition and the frozen pose showing its muscles. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabyasachi Patra View Post
    Lovely image. Where did you click this? I like the composition and the frozen pose showing its muscles. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you for the appreciation .This was shot in Nagarhole

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrudul Godbole View Post
    Wow you managed to capture its motion so nicely. One can see the flexed muscles. Was it the last one to follow the herd? Great capture. Thanks for sharing.
    Actually there were two calves at the tail end of the herd .The sibling had already run across and this one was the last to cross over. Both were overtly curious about us and did hang around us for some time .

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    Brilliant photograph of the calf in spring-like flight to safety or destination. All muscles of the body are squeezed before release. Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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