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Thread: Cheetals of Topslip near Karian Shola

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    Arrow Cheetals of Topslip near Karian Shola

    Cheetals near Karian Shola going for a drink in the stream below. Topslip, Anamalai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu.

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    The habitat has come out well. Look forward to images from Karian shola. Did you sight any gaurs and elephants?

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    Sabyasachi

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    Nice composition, it gives us a new perspective. The cheetals are moving in a procession with lovely woods in the background.I like this image very much.Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild
    Last edited by Saktipada Panigrahi; 12-01-2012 at 11:35 PM.

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    Thats a lovely image. The chitals look nice, all in tandem. The long trees give a good perspective of the environment. Look forward to more.

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    Very nice perspective. The perpendicular pattern created by the trees and the herd looks interesting. This is a lovely environment portrait.
    TFS

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    Often when you spot a wild animal,one goes for the closeups.Here you have demonstrated the inseparable bond between the wild denizens and their habitat.Good work.

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