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    Default Colour version

    Here is the colour version. This again is a quick conversion - within a minute.

    Canon EOS 1D Mark IV, Canon EF 400mm f2.8 L IS USM, EF 2xII, ISO 2000, f5.6, 1/250

    I used to think that a pilgrimage into wild india means a visit to Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve. Unfortunately, it has become tough these days due to the terrible crowds and mismanagement.

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    This is nice, but I like the one in monotones better.

    Honestly, I haven't been to bandhavgarh yet, but from all I keep hearing about it, it is only going from bad to worse. When was the last time we heard anything good from there?

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    Fantastic ! Great moment captured. Loved the position of the tongue.

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    This is fantastic. Looks great. I still cannot fathom a tiger without its colour, hence dont know to appreciate a b&w image of the tiger. thanks for sharing Sabyasachi.

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    this is nice.if the tiger's face was fully lit up i wuld ve liked the colour version better.

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    Its nice but the black and white presentation did wonder in this particular frame. The pointed canine teeth are the primary attraction which look better in B&W,in my view.Thanks for sharing.SaktiWild

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