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Misty Morning at Kaziranga National park

By jeet.khagram
Camera

Canon EOS R5

Lens

RF70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM

ISO

640

Aperture

f 2.8

Shutter Speed

1/1250 sec

Exposure Compensation

0 EV

Camera

Canon EOS R5

Lens

RF70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM

ISO

400

Aperture

f 2.8

Shutter Speed

1/500 sec

Exposure Compensation

0 EV

Camera

Canon EOS R5

Lens

RF70-200mm F2.8 L IS USM

ISO

640

Aperture

f 3.5

Shutter Speed

1/2000 sec

Exposure Compensation

0 EV

Kaziranga has four jeep safari zones; the Central, Western (Bagori), Eastern (Agaratoli), and the Burapahar range, each of which is a strikingly different habitat and having its own unique feel. I would recommend going to each of them, time permitting, as I did, but if you have time restrictions and have to pick one, opt for the Central range which is the most popular and was where we spent most of our safaris. The central range is dominated by large areas of elephant grass, rightly called as it can conceal elephants easily, dotted with pools of water leftover from the previous monsoon flood. This is where we saw the most rhinos and elephants. It is an amazing sight to see Elephants wandering through the grasslands, It was at one of these stops in the Central range that I had a close encounter with an elephant wandering through the grasslands I didn't let go of this opportunity and quickly captured this shot in my camera forever

jeet.khagram