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Tiger reserve Forest

Discussion in 'Plants, Animals & Insects Photography Forum' started by Sundar Amartur, Apr 15, 2019.

  1. Sundar Amartur

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    The foggy scenes are from the morning

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    Fog had cleared

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    I like the fog in these. I really like the 2nd and last shots the best.
     
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    Tiger country, perfect place for them to hunt and rest They are almost invisible when they go deep into the forest. Barking deers sense their presence and give out loud calls to alarm others. Animals crossing here are Chital deers. Forest department have installed many bore well pumps all over the park powered by solar panels to fill large ponds. This helps the animals during dry spells.

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