24 November 2010

Langur at Ranthambore

In the evening along the entrance road to the park, a troop of langurs hung out among the sere, sparse forest beneath the cliffs where friends had seen leopards, twice. I wasn't so lucky, but the langurs enjoyed an evening in peace.

[2 March 2007, Canon 20D, 300 mm f4 L IS, ISO 400, 1/640 at f4]

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Andrew Andrushkov said...

Веточки такие тонкие, как они не срываются?

Relatively Retiring said...

Now that's the correct use of the term, 'hanging out'.

Zhoen said...

I couldn't have put it better. Or as well, but that was the thought in my head.

butuki said...

That is one of the best images you have revealed to us, Pete. Great composition, beautiful light, wonderful use of color, and elegant and, the word that comes to mind, "wise" in a delicate way. Really love this one.

pohanginapete said...

Тяжелые обезьяны умирают молодыми, Эндрю ;^)

RR, Zhoen — definitely!

Miguel, thanks :^)

Brenda Schmidt said...

Stunning image! I agree with butuki.

pohanginapete said...

Thank you, Brenda.