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Thread: Indian Gaur quenching it's thirst.

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    Default Indian Gaur quenching it's thirst.

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    Nice details .The reflection adds to the composition. A little more space in front creating a more rectangular composition would have been even better.Thanks for sharing .

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    Nice to see this young gaur. Good light. Agree the reflection adds to the composition. Was it a part of the herd? Nice capture. Thanks for sharing.

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    A very serene moment. I agree that a wider composition would be nice. The 35mm format is widely accepted and is a default aesthetic that we are used to. 35mm format is 24mm by 36mm in height and breadth. With the advent of digital cameras, the sensor size became smaller but retained the same proportion. However, compact cameras have different sensor sizes.

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    Good pic of a Gaur quenching its thirst.....with summer approaching water is going to become difficult to get and all animals are going to throng to the limited water holes available in any area.

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    Thank you Shyamala ma'am, Mrudul ma'am, Sabyasachi sir and Sankar sir for viewing and sharing your views. Mrudul ma'am it was a part of a herd which was grazing on grass near by.

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