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    A dated picture from the past (if i remember right it was with Sabyasachi and Mrudul at Bandipur)

    5D MIII, F4, ISO 2000, 1/50 Shutter, Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM, bean bag supported

    regards
    Rajan
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    Beautiful image! wildlife photography is an art and something that manages to pass a shiver through the body if picture comes out to your liking. This image gave me the feel. Thanks for sharing

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    Thanks Debasis for those nice words

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    Nice close-up. Fine details. Compact build, semi-lunar horns, a lot of hairs on throat are noticeable features of this Gaur. A wider composition may give us a different feel about the image.Thanks for sharing. SaktiWild

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    Nice portrait of this big bull. Good details and composition. Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

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    Great image of a magnificent herbivore. Good details. Agree with Saktipadaji that a wider composition would've benefited the image.Thanks for sharing.

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    Great details in low light...thanks for sharing this image sir

    samrat

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    I remember it was raining that time. And the day you left it rained even more. Its stockings has become muddy. Their eyes always give a compassionate bovine look. The challenge of a prime lens is that one is stuck to a single composition. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    Sabyasachi

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