Hunter and hunted

Shaun Whiteman

Preston, United Kingdom

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Taken with a Canon 50D, Canon 100 – 400 L series lens @ 400mm, F5.6, shutter speed 1/160 second ISO200, edited in Photoshop

Whilst in Bandavgarh National Park we were privileged enough to see several tigers. One of the best encounters was when we saw this tiger walk up to some trees, it cleaned it’s claws on the tree by standing on two legs and scratching away 10 feet up the tree. The tiger then looked over towards the spotted deer in the distance, the deer saw the tiger, there was a few moments where they simply stared at each other, it was an amazing few moments of tension. Fortunately or unfortunately the tiger must have decided there was no chance of a meal and decided to walk off into the scrubland.

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