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Tigers in the wild in Pench and Khana, India.
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Apr 13, 2019 12:13:06   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
Snap Shot wrote:
Fantastic shots Sylvia! Wow what an adventure!

Your generous comments and thumbsup are always very much appreciated Bill, so pleased you enjoyed them.

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Apr 13, 2019 12:29:11   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
AzPicLady wrote:
Beautiful photos. Stuff happens.

It certainly does Kathy I am pleased to report my long return journey home went without a hitch! Pleased you like the set and thank you very much for your kind comment.

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Apr 13, 2019 12:31:46   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
SENSORLOUPE wrote:
These are Super shots!! I have that lens, but haven't used it much. Guess I'd better !!

Yes give it a whirl! Pleased to know you enjoyed the set SENSORLOUPE and thank you very much for your generous comment.

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Apr 13, 2019 13:36:51   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
FL Streetrodder wrote:
Sylvia, no one can say you're not adventurous! The splendid photos you were able to get certainly made the arduous trip worthwhile, congratulations!!!

Thank you very much FL Streetrodder for your kind comments, always appreciated. So pleased to know you enjoyed them.

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Apr 13, 2019 13:38:54   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
woodweasel wrote:
Fabulous set of captures, thank you, thank you, thank you

Your welcome woodweasel and thank you for your generous comment I appreciate it very much. Pleased you like them.

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Apr 13, 2019 15:18:17   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
StevenG wrote:
Beautiful series!
Steve

Pleased to know you like them Steve and thank you very much for taking the time to post a lovely comment.

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Apr 13, 2019 15:47:26   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
Moondoggie wrote:
Wow! Great series and I always love the big cats.

Thank you very much for the wow and generous comments Moondoggie, pleased to know you enjoyed them.

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Apr 13, 2019 15:50:03   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
phlash46 wrote:
Fabulous set! Perhaps you should have brought a spare tyre with you!

With no hubby on this trip to carry the gear, I think I would have struggled phlash, but a great idea. Thank you very much for your great comment, pleased to know you enjoyed them.

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Apr 13, 2019 16:20:38   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
sailorsmom wrote:
Wow! Stunning images, Sylvia! What kind of birds are they in #3? You set the mood beautifully!

Thank you so very much Sue for your generous comments pleased you like them, appreciate you looking in. I think they are Lapwings with the yellow legs and the black one is a Cormorant.

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Apr 13, 2019 16:24:15   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
Susan yamakawa wrote:
Oh what an adventure ! Great pictures๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜„

Pleased to know you enjoyed them Susan, thank you so very much for your generous comments and thumbsup, I do appreciate them.

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Apr 13, 2019 16:26:59   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
SpyderJan wrote:
I have been waiting for your India shots Sylvia. What an adventure. That baby monkey has his eye on you. The Bengals are magnificent.

It certainly was an adventure Jan, I saw 8 different tigers with other far off sightings too. Pleased you enjoyed the set and thank you very much for your great comments, always appreciated.

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Apr 13, 2019 16:29:03   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
Earnest Botello wrote:
Very good series, Sylvia.

Pleased to know you like them Earnest and thank you very much for leaving me a kind comment.

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Apr 13, 2019 21:34:04   #
merrytexan Loc: georgia
 
Sylvias wrote:
After cancelled flights and new ones booked, missed connections I eventually arrived in India! A four hour drive to reach the Tuli Tiger Accommodation in Pench, in the middle of nowhere in the dark, the car had a puncture! Arrived tired and weary at midnight, ready for the wake up call at 4.15am.
Temperatures in the mid 40c (111f), high humidity with dusty and hazy days. Ten minutes into the first game drive the vehicle had a puncture, then another one 40 minutes later.
Some of the shots are heavily cropped, the 400 lens did its best but some of the tigers were a long way away.

Hope you enjoy the set, the evening light was beautiful.

Canon 650D, Tamron 18-400 lens.

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wow, Sylvia...what an adventure you are having. you're obviously tough and can handle it.
how exciting to see those beautiful tigers and to drive down that scenic road with such beautiful
lighting. you did a great job on all the shots.

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Apr 14, 2019 02:56:14   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
Tigger1 wrote:
Really enjoyed the photos Sylvia! Have two questions: do you know the species of monkey in your monkey photo and is that a male tigger marking its territory?

Thank you very much for looking in Tigger1 good to know you like the set. They are Languar monkeys and yes that is a large eight year old male leaving his scent.

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Apr 14, 2019 05:04:31   #
Sylvias Loc: North Yorkshire England
 
shangyrhee wrote:
Great series !!! I think it was worth to go through the pain to see the beauties. Thank you for sharing. Shang

Always a pleasure to share Shang and thank you very much for your generous comments. So pleased you enjoyed them.

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