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Mom & Me...
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Copyright: Sujoy Bhawal (sujoybhawal) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 70 W: 0 N: 406] (2181)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2011-03-05
Categories: Mammals
Camera: Canon 7D, Canon 100-400mm EF f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM
Exposure: f/8, 1/125 seconds
More Photo Info: [view]
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2011-03-19 4:37
Viewed: 2481
Points: 16
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This picture was taken at Sariska National Park located at Rajasthan. Looking at us, the langoor rushed towards our vehicle and at one point looked threatened. I hope you like the capture and thanks for standing by.

Gray langurs or Hanuman langurs, the most widespread langurs of South Asia, are a group of Old World monkeys constituting the entirety of the genus Semnopithecus as traditionally defined, though genetic evidence suggests at least the Nilgiri and Purple-faced Langurs also belong in this genus.

Gray langurs are large and fairly terrestrial, inhabiting forest, open lightly wooded habitats, and urban areas on the Indian subcontinent. Most species are found at low to moderate altitudes, but in the Himalayas the Nepal Gray Langur and Kashmir Gray Langur occur up to 4,000 metres (13,000 ft) above sea level.

The name Hanuman langur was used to refer to several of these now separated species. They were formerly considered as subspecies of a single species, Semnopithecus entellus. In 2001 it was recommended that seven species should be recognized,though alternative treatments with fewer species exists.

These langurs are largely gray (some more yellowish), with a black face and ears. Externally the various species mainly differ in the darkness of the hands and feet, the overall color and the presence or absence of a crest.There are also significant variations in the size depending on the species, but disregarding the tail males are typically up to 75 centimetres (30 in) long and females 65 centimetres (26 in). Their tail is always longer than their body. Langurs from the southern part of their range are smaller than those from the north. At 26.5 kilograms (58 lb), the heaviest langur ever recorded was a male Nepal Gray Langur

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  • lousat Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6595 W: 89 N: 15659] (65489)
  • [2011-03-19 5:34]

The light don't help you to show at the best the little,but the composition is very very nice,great sharpness and colors and a excellent white balance too.Thanks for share,have a nice day,Luciano

Ciao Sujoy. Very good taken in so difficult light's condition. Interesting expressive posture fot the mum with her small one.

Roberto

Hello Sujoy,
compliments for the photo, the light is not helped you, but a very good image, great POV
Thanks for sharing
Hello Vanni

Ciao Sujoy, great capture of lovely chimp and baby in nice pose, splendid sharpness and wonderful natural colors, very well done my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio

hello Sujoy
very nice shot with good details and great naturel colours
greeting lou

Hallo Sujoy,
a very beautiful capture of this monkey with its baby, very good sharpness, beautiful natural colours, nice composition with a spectacular posture of this splendid langur with its long tail
TFS
Best regards
Maurizio

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  • cirano Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 997 W: 0 N: 944] (13609)
  • [2011-03-19 15:22]

Hello Sujoy,
A very good capture with excellent composition,nice colors and great sharpness.TFS.
Regards,
Dūrzan

Hello Sujoy,

an nice mother and child shot.
Good pov, sharpness.
Fine colors, what an nice meeting.

Gert

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