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Wild Life Photography

Tony Wharton
13th March, 1995
Mr. Tapas Banerjee
New Delhi

Dear Tapas,

I am writing to let you know that we arrived in the UK without incident and also to thank you most sincerely for a first class wildlife tour.

All your ground arrangements were beyond reproach, as were the accommodation and food wherever we went. We all enjoyed the Kanha and Kaziranga National parks very much indeed, especially photographing the Indian rhino from elephant-back, but perhaps the Bharatpur sanctuary was the most productive photographically, as there are so many species of wonderful birds there.

Wildlife photography can never be totally predicatable, so it was not surprising that there were some species which we had hoped to photograph but which eluded us. On the other hand, we managed to photograph other subjects which we hadn't really expected to see. The Golden Jackal catching and killing a Langur monkey in the Kanha National park is a good example of this. Clearly, another trip will be called for to fill in one or two of the gaps!

Once again, I am really very grateful for all your efforts and I would have no hesitation in recommending Trinetra Tours to anyone interested in seeing some of India's wealth of wildlife.

Please give my best wishes to all your family.

Your sincerely

Tony Wharton
Tony Wharton

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