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King Size Ride

Talk of India and miss out on elephants - how could I do that? These are tamed elephants that take tourists on Jungle Safaris - they can be seen in all of the National Parks in India.  I have heard that these elephants do get a bit haywire when they see a loner Male Tusker in the wild - but thanks to their Mahouts, the situation has never gone out of control..

Interesting fact about this shot - taken at around 6:30 in the morning in the low light due to the dense forest. Animals are not always game for high exposure shots - and then this shot came out, and I liked it.

King Size Ride

Talk of India and miss out on elephants - how could I do that? These are tamed elephants that take tourists on Jungle Safaris - they can be seen in all of the National Parks in India.  I have heard that these elephants do get a bit haywire when they see a loner Male Tusker in the wild - but thanks to their Mahouts, the situation has never gone out of control..

Interesting fact about this shot - taken at around 6:30 in the morning in the low light due to the dense forest. Animals are not always game for high exposure shots - and then this shot came out, and I liked it.

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  • sparklite
  • Toronto, Canada.
  • 18 Dec 2006, 16:47
Great, i love the motion blur. The 1/8th shutter speed really worked here, even though the background is a bit soft it did wonders for your subjects.
Thomas Mathew: Thanx. I'm glad u liked it smile

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camera DSC-H1
exposure mode full manual
shutterspeed 1/8s
aperture f/3.5
sensitivity ISO250
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