|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [French]|
|I know, I know, we are not supposed to do this on TrekNature, but I have seen a lot of captive animals here and thought I could throw one.|
This one comes from Disney's Animal Kingdom. The decor looks like an old Indian ruin. Three tigers roam in it oblivious to the screams of enchanted children. This particular tiger was scratching or scent marking the column base. Scent marking is common in felidae as they impregnate an object with their individual scent to mark their territory's boundary. This behaviour is also seen in captivity. He rested for a while at the base of the column after, seemingly satisfied with himself.
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- [2006-03-04 10:00]
Hello Genovieve ,Very nice picture from this tiger ,good compositie and colours ,
have a nice weekend Teunie .
- [2006-03-05 13:28]
Excellente photo Geneviève, la colonne donne du relief à l'ensemble. J'aime bien. Merci.
The photograph reminds me exactly what you will see in Indian wilderness at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve National Park, Rajasthan, India. Great composition & POV. I have done a WS by increasing its sharpness. Hope you will like it :)