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Thursday, June 09, 2011

A Painting Moment–Wild Buffalo at Kaziranga, Assam

I had just finished an excellent wildlife photography session from atop an elephant at the Central range of the Kaziranga National park in Assam, North East India. For 2 hours straight, I saw and shot Rhinos, Wild buffalos, elephants and other mammals in different conditions making it a brilliant wildlife safari. But, the irony is that my best wildlife photograph came when I had finished my safari and was back standing on my feet and mourning that the day was over.

Wild Buffalo stares at us while attempting to cross the jeep track 
This photograph was shot in very low light and with my 100-400 f4.0 Lens. The wild buffalo in picture is a male that I had spotted during my elephant safari. He was looking to cross the jeep track when my eyes fell on him and I guess vice versa. This photograph captures that jungle look in a very hazy background giving it a very painting like feel. Do you agree?



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