As promised, this is the 2nd part of the spectacular sighting of Arrowhead – A bold Tigress in Ranthambore National Park. After that gorgeous lip-smacking pose, Arrowhead shifted her position to the other side and while she was changing her position, we composed her in this frame.
I also took the opportunity to switch to my D700, 300mm f2.8 lens with 2x TC and got this closeup potrait of this beautiful Bengal Tigress before she settled down for another round of a short nap. But the sun was getting brighter and hotter and her nap was more from the laziness to get up rather than sleepiness.
She one again got up and it was now clear that it was a matter of time before this sighting was going to come to an end. Our guide Nagendra Singh pointed out that we might get another chance to capture a Tiger yawn and alerted us to get ready. And true to his prediction, Arrowhead gave us an amazing yawn pose. And we wanted to end this post with yet another cold glare, which we framed as the feature image of this post (first image). Watch out for more action in the third part of this amazing Tiger sighting in Ranthambore National Park, to be posted soon.