The last one!
From the birds/wildlife series I was uploading!
Chinkara just before he ran away
Well, we were there from 2 hours searching for animals, but as wildlife is a domain of patience, it would be madness to expect them to give us lots of good photos. We spotted plenty of chinkaras but couldn't frame anyone as they are superfast and alert. But at the end, this guy was looking at me directly from distant hill, I pointed lens at 600 mm and he got to know (what a sense) and he ran away, but just a moment before I clicked this. Extremely happy for it. It was worth in the end. Widlife is not about gears or expensive trips. It's all about patience. And I respect wildlife photographers more than anyone else for this reason. It won't pay you, so all it takes is a interest to survive in this field. It connects you with nature more than anything else.
Sky is added in post processing for a dramatic effect its not original.
I don't share location because bloody hunters are everywhere.