Ranthambhore National Park

Our trip to India included a couple of nights in Ranthambhore National Park in the east of Rajasthan. Unfortunately we didn’t see Tigers on any of our three jeep safaris, but we did see the following:

 © Mark Simms Photography (2015)

25 Responses to “Ranthambhore National Park”

  1. Laura (PA Pict)

    Beautiful images. I love the ones where you have included the reflection but my favourite is the young deer. Its gaze is very engaging and endearing.

    • Mark Simms

      Thanks….I dont do much nature stuff, so dont really have the lens for it….but these worked pretty well.

  2. dyule2014

    Thank you Mark Simms Photo home all is good and you have all the connection

  3. Sarah Longes - Mirador Design

    Oh Mark they’re beautiful! Such expressive images. So sorry you didn’t get to see the tiger! Good news recently is that their numbers in India have actually started to rise 😀 I love all these images but the langour monkey feeding it’s youngster just reminds me how close to the rest of nature we really are.

    • Mark Simms

      Thanks Sarah……we did see Leopard, which was pretty magical and quite rare, but safly I have only one very, very poor shot – which I dont plan on posting. Not seeing Tiger just gives us an excuse for going back sometime. Good news about Tiger numbers, i was reading that on the BBC yesterday.

      • Sarah Longes - Mirador Design

        Wonderful to see! It’s a killer when you don’t get the picture but I’m glad you saw one as they’re so reclusive. Yes, it’s a very good excuse to go back! If tiger numbers continue to grow then there’s more chance of getting to see one 🙂

  4. Noeline Smith

    Lovely shots Mark. Wildlife is tricky at the best of times – I can imagine the difficulties of being in a tour group with little or no control of vantage points and/or time!


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