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Wildlife Photographer Talk

India sanjay Offline
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( This post was last modified: 01-13-2018, 10:10 PM by Ngala )

We are very pleased to announce that we have launched the wildlife photography section for wildlife photographers. http://photos.wildfact.com.

Now any professional wildlife photographer can share his/her photographs of wild animals to world through this.

If you are professional wildlife photographer, please share your images on http://photos.wildfact.com. If not then please tell about it to all wildlife photographers whom you know on real life or on social networks.

Before sharing your photos please read http://photos.wildfact.com/guidelines for posting your images on http://photos.wildfact.com.

Any further suggestion for improvements are most welcome here and this thread is dedicated to http://photos.wildfact.com for any issues.

Please help us to grow.
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Many thanks to @Vijay Rajan to give us start on photography section,  He has uploaded some images of tigers.
You guys can watch it http://photos.wildfact.com
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India Vijay Rajan Offline
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Thank you Sanjay for all your assistance in getting me registered.

I'm pleased as punch to kickstart your wonderful initiative & look forward to active contribution from time to time.

Cheers !

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(09-12-2014, 04:33 PM)'sanjay' Wrote: Many thanks to @Vijay Rajan to give us start on photography section,  He has uploaded some images of tigers.
You guys can watch it http://photos.wildfact.com

 



 
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Many thanks to @Vipin sir for joining wildfact and photography section as well.

His latest capture from rajasthan - http://photos.wildfact.com/image/12/flying-cub
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Another great news, Wildlife Photogarpher Tony Webb, Has join us on photography section.

See his latest lion photo
http://photos.wildfact.com/image/13/majestic

Friends, if you want to priase, comment and share their pictures, Please join photogarphy section.
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India sanjay Offline
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Cape Buffalo bull grazing on winter grass.
Wildlife photogarphy via Tony Web

http://photos.wildfact.com/image/14/tough-real-tough
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Youngish bull Elephant with a nice set of tusks which given time will grow longer and thicker.

Wildlife photography by my friend Tony Web,

See his latest image

http://photos.wildfact.com/image/15/emerging-tusker

Join photography section
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Female Leopard emerging from a riverbed in the heat of the day.

A new image by wildlife photographer tony webb

http://photos.wildfact.com/image/16/rosette-princess
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White Rhinoceros or to give its correct English name, the Square-Lipped Rhinoceros.

A new image by wildlife photographer Tony Webb
http://photos.wildfact.com/image/17/threatened
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African Wild-Dog. Efficient hunters, they hunt their prey in packs by chasing it until the prey gives in from sheer exhaustion.
 By Tony Webb
http://photos.wildfact.com/image/19/the-...f-the-hunt

Plains Zebra. (formerly known as Burchell's Zebra.) Grazers of the South African low-veld. Never tamed by man.
By Tony Webb
http://photos.wildfact.com/image/18/striped-elegance

 
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India sanjay Offline
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Some other great photography by members on wildfact photography section. Your support is much appreciated
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( This post was last modified: 09-23-2014, 04:55 PM by sanjay )

To all @peter , @GuateGojira , @Apollo , @Pckts , @tigerluver , @"Richardlir" and Many others http://photos.wildfact.com is growing large, and now it will good if you guys join and and support by at least commenting and liking their pics

More than 40 pics have been added all by original author and nearly 15 members have joined.

Please take a look and support wildfact.

 
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I have joined, the images are great.
Glad to see it gaining steam.
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