Tiger

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    mrpb27, pamelalong, tigress21, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mrpb27 80 months ago | reply

      What a beautifull capture!

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      Seen in Nikon D40/x Club (?)

    2. LilLou66 80 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the fave mrpb27!

    3. Everton Flávio 80 months ago | reply

      Very very good..
      but how did get it?

      f/0 and 0 mm? hehe
      I'm curious.

    4. LilLou66 80 months ago | reply

      @Everton
      This was taken with an old manual focus telephoto zoom. The aperature is set by using the ring on the lens and the metering has to be done manually. The camera doesn't recognize that there's even a lens on the camera - therefore no exif data. I believe I was at 210mm and probably at f/5.6 or f/8.

    5. wAlanb 80 months ago | reply

      Great portrait of my favorite animal.
      I saw this great NY Zoo image in:
      Zoos of The State of New York
      Zoos of The State of New York

    6. raeluvstai 80 months ago | reply

      ~I SNIFFED out this wonderful image!
      You deserve this nose worthy award!
      Please ADD your
      Impressively beautiful
      photo to~
      Impressed by your Beauty!
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      Please tag your photos ImpressedBeauty

    7. Nori Almeida 80 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Wildlifeshot, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    8. wAlanb 80 months ago | reply

      What a beautiful, clear image.

      Nominated
      I pick this photograph to be on the cover of National Geographic
      National Geographic: Are You Good Enough?

    9. mikeamazingclarke 79 months ago | reply

      wow awsome image !!!

    10. cordlange [deleted] 53 months ago | reply

      Really fine ! And the good old TOKINA is doing a good job ! I love these old lenses with only glas - not like the new ones with plastic lenses....

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