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    Default Ascending order...!!!

    Dear All

    Elephants in the Dhikala Chaur of the Corbett National Park. While the Tusker was obviously in musth, he seemed rather calm and oblivious to our presence. Wonder who had a go at his tail.!!!

    EOS 5D II +100-400 f4.5-5.6 IS L @ f8, 1/400, ISO 800.

    Look forward to comments.

    Dipankar
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    Nice image. The 'ascending order' arrangement looks good. I think you have cropped from the top... I would in fact like more space there. Wondering whether bringing down the colour temperature slightly will enhance the image.
    TFS

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    Nice symmetry. You captured at the right moment. Agree with Abhishek including more of the habitat would look good too. Thanks for sharing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Wow! good to see the tusker in musth,agree about space at top will provide us the habitat.
    tfs

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    Nice scene. Poor thing. Pity about the tail. You have got the elephants in a nice angle creating a good pattern. Some more space at the top will be good too. In this composition, the focus is on the musth and the pattern created by the three elephants. In a big print, I would prefer more space at the top.

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    Sabyasachi

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    Nice picture. Shows how sexually dimorphic the elephants are. Musth flow is really copious.

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    Wonderful capture.Despite the musth state, good amount of calmness amongst the animals.

    Regards

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    interesting..

    tfs
    Bhargava

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