Gray langur, Bandipur Tiger Reserve, India by Jeshurun Vineeth Roshan

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It was a rather pleasant morning, arriving at the Tiger reserve. However there were twigs tossed at me from above. Faeces and pebbles followed. It was after that I looked up, to see a family of Gray Langurs perched upon a wide tree. I took out my camera and lens, strapped it up and started searching for a proper picture. It was then I spotted this baby Langur amidst the Cassia flowers. I clicked it. It was a rather peaceful portrait of the baby.

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