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Save Our Tigers: 12 Pictures of Tiger That are Adorably Majestic

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Photographer: Agniprava Nath
Location: Jim Corbett National Park

Reflection: I was at the watchtower with my friends and we were chatting softly, when suddenly the sound of leaves made us alert. Next thing we knew - a full grown Female Bengal Tiger was standing right in front of us on the other side of the waterhole, below the watchtower!

It went inside the waterhole to take a dip in the water. We started clicking pictures immediately. Feeling our presence, it stood up and looked at our direction. At this moment, the tiger had kept only its head out of the water. During post production, I rotated the photograph upside down and cropped it to keep only the reflection of the tiger in the frame. This photograph perfectly portrays the majesty and royalty of a Bengal Tiger, even in its reflection.

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