A white Bengal named Sasha

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  1. poppy67

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    Taken at my local zoo..unfortunately Sasha lives quite a lonely life after killing his mate within ten minutes of being introduced to each other..

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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Lovely photo.

    From the extremities of life.... sometimes, you just know.

    That's not to say one way or the other, but nature has its' reasons.
     
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    Lovely capture of a fearsome wildcat. And sad story, given the waning numbers of white Bengals
     
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    Stunning. It captures the loneliness :(
     
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    Thanks Guys I love seeing him when I go to the zoo! :)
     
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    Bravo!
     
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    he really does look sad :( but great picture! at my zoo the tiger is always in the very back sleeping in tall grass... lol not so good for pictures :p
     
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    Just look at the detail and colour in those eyes!!
    Another great capture
     
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    Awesome shot!!! The emotion in his eyes is pretty powerful!

    Did you do selective colour, or did the photo just work out that way?
     
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    Awesome!
     
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    Thanks guys ys I did do selective colour here..I'm not a great lover of selective colour but I think it works here! :)
     
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    Beautiful shot! I wish my pictures turned out that sharp.
     

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