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Old 05-11-2019   #1
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I know, I've not been active here, but I will try to post again.

I wanted to share a magical moment of a bengal tiger in India last month. What does this look make you feel?

Photographed in Bandhavgarth NP, India

Canon EOS 5D Mark IV + EF600mm f/4L IS II

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Looks like you've got the tiger's attention, which gives the tiger an alert expression. That's a good thing photographically. The light splashes are mostly on the tiger, which also brings out the subject from the background. Overall, a good photo that is a step above most such wildlife photos. Good job!
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Looks like you've got the tiger's attention, which gives the tiger an alert expression. That's a good thing photographically. The light splashes are mostly on the tiger, which also brings out the subject from the background. Overall, a good photo that is a step above most such wildlife photos. Good job!

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A superb shot Jorel
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What does this look make you feel?
Like I've just been selected as the new chew toy.

Though my cats eyes usually go black just before an attack.
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haha, the cat actually went for a nap afterwards. Like most cats they seem to sleep all day!


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