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1 February 2016

Today in Photo

So I didn't see any tigers. Here's one of the things I DID see while I was in bandhavgarh. The park has 12000 deer and I seem to have photographed all of them. Used my SLR but only have a short range portrait lens so out of the zillion deer photos only a few that could be cropped nicely made the cut. Still, despite my lack of experience shooting wildlife I think this picture of a sambar deer with his langur pal turned out pretty well. #traveldiary #bandhavgarh #wildlife

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