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    Hi everyone!
    Have you been missing tigers lately?? Well here is one from my recent trip. I have been out of action due to various reasons, but finally made time to get to a forest/sanctuary last week. And got some some good sightings. This was one of the two cubs we saw with their mother in evening.
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    Hi Sanjeev a very warm welcome back and YES, we have missed Tigers!!!!

    Lovely sighting of this youngster, and I like the way the vegetation frames the subject. Nice alert pose with the mouth slightly open and an inquisitive look. Tech look good and colour, albeit on the laptop. I'm in favour of leaving room around the subject, but I think you could come in a little bit more with a 10x8 crop????

    Look forward to seeing more and thanks to contributing with comments, sadly lots of lurkers but no comments.

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    Thank you Steve for your comments. I will post another one from this sighting with a different crop. Feels so nice to be back on the forum.

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    Better to have you on board, hopefully the young Haseeb will be here soon too.
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    Hi Sanjeev .... good to see you here and great that you had the opportunity to go out into the woods to find something to photograph .
    And yes for sure we miss Tiger shots .... not too many folks here do have the opportunity

    Nice opener ... i do specially like the pose , looks still cute with those large paws compared to the childish head and facial expression . Good use of the track leading into the frame .... and the framing of the shrub on both sides add as well .
    Color and tone looking good , as does the sharpness . Personally i do think the image does carry too much of yellow / orange overall .... matter of taste .
    FRom the aesthetic POV .... i might darken the sides to make the subject stand out more .

    Cool shot and TFS Andreas

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    Very nice indeed Sanjeev and I like the colours. I am always pleased to see a picture of a tiger - especially one so dramatic as this.....but a few shots of the beautiful birds or other mammals would not go amiss. I wonder if a subtle vignette would help presentation in this image?

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