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Old Mar 9, 2010, 12:12 PM   #1
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Default Bandhavgarh Tiger shot on Sony DSC H1

Hello ,

this is my first post since 2006 been to wildlife trip in Bandavgarh.
I have shot this on Sony DSC H1 and would be upgrading it to canon or Nikon.

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Very nice...was this in a wildlife park or ?

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Very nice...was this in a wildlife park or ?

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Hi Les ,

This image was shot by me in Bandavgarh forest its a tiger reserve .

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Hi Les ,

This image was shot by me in Bandavgarh forest its a tiger reserve .

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Thanks for the info...I mean't to ask in my previous post...what was your vantage point in shooting this magnificent cat ?

Were you shooting from a tree stand, a vehicle or ...?

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Nice capture Les!
Goldwinger..I wish it was my pix....Now Abhi was the photographer.
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Thanks for the info...I mean't to ask in my previous post...what was your vantage point in shooting this magnificent cat ?

Were you shooting from a tree stand, a vehicle or ...?

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Hi Les I was on Jeep ...tiger was going for a kill but deer were alarmed by monkeys nearby. I have video in which tiger was crouching and deer were grazing by and monkeys were raising an alarm.this scene was really nice.


Trust me u should visit these place as Tigers are diminishing due to poaching.

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