This female tiger has been the hero of the whole week in Bandhavgarh National Park, India. She pleasantly stopped for our elephant to approach her. And she is probably the last of the India pictures this year.
Certainly, the tiger picture I am proudest, during this Bandhavgarh & Tadoba photo trip. Tiger (Panthera tigris) Tadoba National Park, India. March 2012.
This was one of the very first times these young tigers were observable. They are still very playful and Mom has to be patient. Very patient.
It’s not always easy to find a wild tiger, even when there is no obstacle to limit the conditions for observation. Find the bird, you’ll find the tiger.
Those who follow me more or less (my family, probably) know that I I’m back from a photo safari in India. But they were also hiding their impatience behind the thin veil of their polite interest: I had announced a hunt for wild tigers. So, here is a tiger for the most impatient ones. Oh… Read More
You know! Kinect is the new name of the Microsoft technology that allows you to completely forget about keyboard, joysticks, game pads and all that. You move in front of the camera and the stuff does its stuff. Previously, it was known as Project Natal. Today, I found this great cartoon from Ctrl+Alt+Del by Tim… Read More
Back from a few days of photo trip to Nepal, I feel it is time to share with you some of this astonishing experience organized by Amawanda and guided by Alain Pons. I am more or less a wildlife photographer attracted to the African wide-open spaces. But I had been attracted mostly by the presence… Read More
I’m just out of eBay where I bought a second-hand Minolta 1.4x lens converter to extend a little my tele-lenses when I put them on my Sony Alpha 700 and the old faithful Konica-Minolta Dynax Maxxum 7D. I think it is going to support me when I go to Nepal (Bardia National Park) in next… Read More
A few top-quality images taken by James Pan. Felines, lovely big cats and other animals shot in perfect portraits.
According to NewScientist, despite the difficulty in counting the big cats, experts estimated that there were more than 3500 tigers in India in 2001 and 2002. Unfortunately, the latest figures are pointing at a figure nearer to 1300-1500. The size of the populations in large parks seems to be still enough to ensure the survival… Read More
Two tigers, actually brothers, bron together on 31st May 2007 in Tianjin zoo, China. But they don’t have the same color. Source: Daily Mail.
A North China breeding center has announced that they already had 84 births this year. The Amur Tigers or Siberian Tiger, or Machurian Tiger are the largest living big cats with more than 600 pounds for an adult. They intend to breed some of them in order to prepare them for a future life in… Read More
Neatorama had a mad streak of posting with all these images and videos about big felines in weird contexts. It’s no longer wildlife, but it’s zazzy enough to show. In this order, you will find below: The leopard in the bed The cheetah in the car (video) The lion in the tub The tigers and… Read More
A photographer is hidden behind the FloFlo pseudo. She went to Northern India in December 2006 and she brought a few interesting phtoos organized as mini-slide-shows. The initial sorting allowed to separate some photograph of animal (wild or not) and snapshots of the Indian daily life (from a great country were colour is present everywhere… Read More