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The Tiger Watches (as the children play)

The Tiger Watches (as the children play)

But unlike others they are not his prey

1562×1515 – f/5.9 – 1/123 sec – ISO800

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10 thoughts on “The Tiger Watches (as the children play)

      • Yes it helps when a fresh eye takes a different look. I see you are on the lookout for subjects when driving too. In between plotting my books and looking for something to photograph it’s a wonder I’m still here.

        • Ha ha, true. But when I decided to take my camera everywhere and keep it on the front seat of my car, a lot of missed opportunities became realities. I am also taking many more risks to get the shots I want. Sometimes we must leave our comfort zones in order to grow.

        • Ha ha, true. But when I decided to take my camera everywhere and keep it on the front seat of my car, a lot of missed opportunities became realities. I am also taking many more risks to get the shots I want. Sometimes we must leave our comfort zones in order to grow.

          • I went out yesterday morning and two Red Deer (wild) were standing in the paddock near the road. I got buck fever, the only shots I could get were with the sun behind and slightly above them. The pics came out, I had to switch over to auto, not time for deciding on aperture etc. I managed to get up to 60 metres before they bolted. You are right there is a need to cross boundaries to get the good shots. I’ve crossed Cairo off my list of places to photograph.

          • Lol to Cairo–there’s always a ton of war torn countries in Africa you can go to instead.

            Re the deer pics, it is very hard to get a good close-up photo of an animal. That’s why I usually LIKE most animal pics here. But it sounds like you did the best you could….

          • Too many bullets whizzing around there. yeah those deer can be funny. They were a couple of new blokes on the block and were kind of skittish. I’ll put one up next week.

        • Ha ha, true. But when I decided to take my camera everywhere and keep it on the front seat of my car, a lot of missed opportunities became realities. I am also taking many more risks to get the shots I want. Sometimes we must leave our comfort zones in order to grow.

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