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Some wild life photos

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Re: Some wild life photos

Great photo Antonio, lovely colours, keep them coming

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Re: Some wild life photos

Thank you.
As soon as I get some more time...
In fact, I am traveling in India for some more days ...
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Re: Some wild life photos

Yes you've captured a lovely scene there Antonio. They don't seem to be aware of you at all.
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Re: Some wild life photos

I think I may have waited for one or more of then to lift their heads, to add a bit of interest.....just my 2p's worth.
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I think I would have cropped on both sides so as not to have any half animals and waited for some to pop their heards up too..


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