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    Default LRK diary March-2020

    Just back in concrete jungle from an exciting trip from LRK.
    As I always mention , I choose my subject and work on it for entire trip without deviating to any other subject.
    In this trip I was working on Indian fox. This time the den was in castor plant farm and not inside the sanctuary.
    Hence got adequate time for study , photograph and documentation.
    Here sharing an image which was shot by a camera trap in night , of a female Indian fox.
    Canon EOS 7D , Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX II 11-16mm F2.8 , 1/800 , Manual mode , 1/250 , SB-28 flash with Camtraptions PIR Motion Sensor.
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    This looks lovely. Is the den on the right side of the frame? How many days were you there? Look forward to more. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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    Thanks dada , for your kind comments.
    Den is at the left side of the frame , a small hole.
    I was there for 4-days in the castor seed field and had some amazing images and documentation of this species.

    Infect this particular pair of fox was very shy and was difficult to capture on camera whereas another den with one sub-adult pup and two small pups were very comfortable of my presence.

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    The image shows that even at night how it is still very alert and trying to creep out slowly. The wide angle helps to show the habitat. Concentrating on one subject helps to focus on there behavior and also get some good photographs of the species. Look forward to more. Thanks for sharing.

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