The S curve is nice but quite overexposed and saturation could have been better. Probably dusk or dawn would have been ideal shooting time for place like this one.
I cannot express the joy in seeing this picture. When I had visited it I hardly found any fauna or avian life. The tigers were re-introduced few months back shifted from Ranthambore. Many were skeptical about this project but looks like it's already on it way to success. Hope they will soon mate and make Sariska a tiger haven once again.
I know it's sometime difficult (due the time span you see these majestic beauties) but if you could have placed the tiger a bit in the left of the frame leaving some space at the bottom it might have looked more interesting. But thanks a ton for sharing this one. This keeps our hopes alive.
Great capture. The clarity of the droplet with reflection adds another dimension to the picture.
Oh! excellent capture. Great bokeh. Wonder how fast the wings move since you were already using 1/1250. TFS.
Terrific shot. The bokeh is just apt with the halo around the drop. Great eye and shot!
This is a great capture. A short note on the insect would have been useful though. Is this image cropped or 100% view?
Unusual framing but fit's quite well. However the fact that Siberian tigers are the largest of this species is quite controversial. Recent research and findings show that Bengal tigers (Panthera tigris Bengalensis) are supposedly bigger with the exception of their shoulder length being smaller.
Excellent shot, bravo!!! FG and BG are in complete harmony which takes the viewer to the moment of capture. I love this.
How big is the fly in reality? What percent of the image was cropped, never seen such a huge fly :-)
Good piece of information.