Year of the Tiger

Photo By John Isaac The wet whorl spun by this Bengal tiger’s tail is a reminder that contrary to popular belief, cats big and small love water — at least the ones inhabiting warmer climes, in this case India’s Bandhavgarh National Park. The frozen spray also proves that a high shutter speed, here 1/640 of a second, can expose hidden beauty.

_Photo By John Isaac _

The wet whorl spun by this Bengal tiger’s tail is a reminder that contrary to popular belief, cats big and small love water — at least the ones inhabiting warmer climes, in this case India’s Bandhavgarh National Park. The frozen spray also proves that a high shutter speed, here 1/640 of a second, can expose hidden beauty.