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.
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?