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The Great Migration 2014 Update

Shooting in Masai Mara during the Great Wildebeest Migration has been one of my biggest photographic learning ground over the past few years. The ample amount of shooting opportunities opens avenues for experimentation and a lot of field experience gathered from the Savannah can be applied while shooting in Indian scenarios since opportunities in our forests are rare and its imperative for a photographer to make the best of those rare intrinsic moments in the woods of India.

This year my focus was yet again on tight closeups and in addition to the light, a heavy downpour during one of the days also acted as an aid while creating images in the Mara. Presenting an assorted collection of images from my 2014 Mara expedition:

(In case you wish to join me for my 2015 Masai Mara photography tour, please send me a mail at shivang@naturewanderers.com)

Lion Portrait

Cheetah

The Marsh Pride

The Marsh Pride

The eye of a cheetah

Cheetah & 6 cubs

Lion in Rains

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One response

  1. Dilip Chacko

    Shivang as usual I loved reading and seeing your blog

    August 22, 2014 at 7:11 am

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