Almost the entire world is in the grip of CORONAVIRUS responsible for the disease namely Covid-19 and our country too is affected by it and taking necessary precautions so that the third stage passes without much harm to the Indian population.

The scene at the various towns and the metro cities have become where you hardly see any human being where it was crowded with them .
This is similar to the wilderness where you are trying to see denizens of the forest through naked eye and the binoculars and you hardly see them . In case you are able to see them them it is not worth a photograph.

In the morning of 24th May 2019 Tigress Arrowhead ,after feeing on a sambar kill for 2 days in Zone 4 of the Park ,moved with her cubs to her old area . We followed her for sometime and the last we could see the cubs from a distance. I am sharing the image as I found it be interesting.
Image taken on 24th May 2019 at Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in the State of Rajasthan .

About Vinod Goel

He joined Customs & Central Excise service in 1982. As a civil servant, his job takes him to various parts of India, which gave him an opportunity to capture our wild heritage, through his camera. His passion for wildlife photography started in 2004 when he was posted at Raipur (Chhattisgarh) and this passion continues till today.