I love cats but if I have to choose between “cats”, tigers are my favorite.
Siddehsh Maldikar also loves tigers and he’s a photographer. I can say that those cats are his passion. He’s a very kind person who has no problem in sharing his experiences with those beautiful animals.
Some hours ago he published some amazing photos of tigers of his trip to the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve… and I was amazed. You can really see how much he loves those kitties when looking at his photos.
Just for you to know, the Tadoba Andheri Tiger Reserve is a Tiger reserves in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra state in central India. It is notable as Maharashtra’s oldest and largest National Park. It is one of India’s 41 Project Tiger Tiger reserves. You can read more about the Reserve here and here.
You can also contact Siddhesh via his Facebook Profile and ask him about his experiences with tigers. I’m going to share some photos of the update he did to the album and I really liked the paragraph with the introductory shot:
“When words fail to describe beauty..one can call it a TIGER…
When eyes cannot stop looking at something…one can call it a TIGER…
When your presence just seems like a dot against a mighty creature…one can call it a TIGER…
When an enormous body just walks past gracefully leaving you mesmerized…one can definitely call it a TIGER.”
Other tiger photos from an older trip Siddhesh did to Tadoba: