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    Taking a break from Sloth Bears, here is a portrait of a Mongoose from my recent trip. It was unusual to see one climb a tree trunk to get a vantage point to locate some prey. The light was lovely in the morning. Photographed from a hide while shooting birds.
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    Cool to see a mongoose on here. I like the pose and the framing. Light sure was nice. What is that by its eye a tick?

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    Cracking image Sanjeev, nicely processed with good detail & clarity. Like the framing, being side on to the sensor has really helped.

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    Super shot Sanjeeve well detailed and pleasing lighting.
    (I reckon it's a tick too John - i think there is a second one on his ear too)

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    Lovely capture Sanjeev, these chaps are fast and hardly ever sit in one spot for more than a second or two, so great timing!

    Super framing and pose, colours look great, nice detail and sharpness. I am jealous

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    Fantastic frame Doc , best one in terms of IQ as compared to other recent postings.

    Loved the light and the pose, delightful image.

    TFS !

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