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    Default Barking deer

    Getting close to the elusive nature of our subjects is what makes wildlife photography unique and exciting.
    Camera trapping requires specialized gear that can be tricky to figure out. The good news, however, is that it won’t cost you your kidney .
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    A common subject but different prospective.
    Barking deer in beautiful habitat.
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    Beautiful view of the habitat. The deer looking towards the camera adds to the composition. This gives a nice view of the jungle without humans around. Thanks for sharing.

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    I really love this one Vipin! Love this perspective. It shows the habitat well. Too often we use telephoto lenses which flatten the perspective. So this image comes as a breath of fresh air. Looks like you were on a hill slope and the clouds in the distance looks great. Thanks for sharing.

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    PS: You can create an article on how you go about these camera traps the technology and the learnings.

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    Alert pose. Ready to flee or vanish. Nice capture.
    Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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