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Thread: Welcome to Satpura!

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    Default Welcome to Satpura!

    Be it leopards swiftly sprinting across jeep tracks, raptors perched alongside the river banks or herds of gaur non-chalantly crossing roads, Satpura had tranquility written all over it. The location in this image was w...here we were treated to breakfast every morning, and do I need to mention speially that it was the best restaurant I've ever been in? :-P

    Canon EOS 60D, canon 24-105 f/4 L IS, Satpura tiger reserve- April'12
    f4, 1/1600sec, ISO 200, EV= -1, 24mm, full frame, evaluative metering
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    Nice place. Looks like a hub of wildlife activity. Wish you had the scene well-lit. Where exactly is this place?
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    Nice landscape. The waterhole looks nice, well hidden with the trees on the left. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.
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    Lovely landscape.The Bori-Satpura-Panchmari T.R (1541 sq.km.,43 tigers) has very good potential and the problem of scattered villages inside.Thanks for sharing.SaktiWid

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    The landscape looks great. Some more space at the bottom would have been great. The different colours of the trees look good. Why only f4? Thanks for sharing.

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    I have checked my RAW files; this was the first image I had in this series. I have images from f4 all the way upto f16. I will post the one at f16 soon; it was wrong selection of the image
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    Lovely scene here Bhargava. Am sure it would have been a treat to feast in the restuarant. But a cause of concern would be the freely available food from the kitchen, the birds around might be getting used to it. And like many popular jungles there would eventually be native exotic birds which will become the local residents of the kitchen.

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    Nice scene Bhargava. The light and the colours look nice here. Would there being a Tiger at the waterhole be asking for too much?

    At the small resolution, the effect of the wider aperture is not apparent, but I guess it would be visible when viewed at 100% or when printed big.
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    Thanks Bibhav. Wouldn't asking for a tiger at that waterhole be equivalent of asking for an award winning image?
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    Nice scene.Looks good.

    TFS
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhargava Srivari View Post
    Thanks Bibhav. Wouldn't asking for a tiger at that waterhole be equivalent of asking for an award winning image?
    Absolutely
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    Bibhav Behera
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