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|They blocked my road.I was more worried due to the presence of two adult tuskers(males).One can be seen in the right extreme.Locals call him charger since he had a tendency of intolerance.I feel the presence of females have mellowed him.Otherwise story would have been different.|
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- [2009-04-29 23:43]
this must hve been a wonderful moment and very exciting too. I like the surrounding thick vegetation and the one that seems to be on guard watching you!
Thanks for sharing this,
Well done. Its raining/ has rained & the herd is very close to you. One is directly looking at you (must be quite thrilling) & rest are on the move :) TFS
This is such a wonderful moment, the biggest land mammal, in a herd on your way is quite amazing. We get to such opportunity not often, they seem to huddle together watching your presence.
Thanks for the shot.
This is an excellent shot, Navnith.
Must've given you that feeling of danger when you shot this...
The elephants doing their own thing!