Weekly Photo Challenge: Wildlife

By: Kamakshi

May 07 2011

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Category: Challenges, Fauna

18 Comments

Aperture:f/5
Focal Length:17.86mm
ISO:125
Shutter:1/25 sec
Camera:DSC-W110

I know that the picture is blurred, but that’s what happens when you use zoom on a point-and-shoot camera. But that should not take away from the fact that we experienced a close sighting for a full grown Royal Bengal Tiger at the Ranthambore Sanctuary at Sawai Mansingh, Rajashtan, close to Jaipur. I love this shot, brings back many happy and exciting memories!

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18 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Wildlife”

  1. run and hide – have you been on an elephant? in a car? on a high tree?

    • They have these low emission jeeps whic are limited to 30 jeeps, on two safari’s a day…its a 30 minute trip, and a pleasure to go on…you should try and visit someday πŸ™‚

  2. I can understand the feeling…we had a similar experience in sasan gir when we saw a lion just a metre away from us…..the photos didn’t come out that good…but the experience was once in a lifetime….:)

  3. I wish I could come as close as this to such a beauty one day – I’d be on the run, though! πŸ˜‰

    • Not if you had a vehicle to your disposal, it’s safe if you respect his existance πŸ™‚

  4. You are so lucky that you experienced that πŸ™‚

  5. how amazing! one of the most majestic animals in the world… looks like i’m going to have to go to Rajashtan soon. πŸ™‚

  6. Wow! That must have been a fantastic experience. Would love to do a safari some day. Until then, I’ll enjoy your’s and others’ photos. Thanks.
    Cecelia

    • You should come down to india some day there are a lot of safari’s across all major national parks

  7. Wow – that’s too close for comfort.

    • he wasn’t as close as he seems to be, or else the picture would be image stabilized…but then again, taking a picture if he were that close would be the last thing on my mind πŸ˜‰

  8. […] British hunter, conservationist and naturalist, famous for slaying a large number of man-eating tigers and leopards in that region of India. This shot is taken en route to the zoo and make you realize […]

  9. […] got this shot on our visit back from the Ranthambore National Park, off a moving jeep. The picture is a bit hazy,Β  but it was too amazing a shot to throw away. I […]


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