Indian Photographer Nitish Madan Captures Breathtaking Moments From The Lives Of Tigers

Nitish Madan – an Indian wildlife photographer – has a soft spot for tigers. “I have a strange connection with them,” he told one media outlet.

“When I see one, I just can’t take my eyes off it. They ooze power and magnetism and are breathtaking to see in the wild. They inspire a sense of fearlessness and majesty. They are so focused and unstoppable.”

Naturally, his love for the majestic animal transfers into his beloved creative outlet – photography.

The moments that Nitish captured in Ranthambore National Park in India show tigers in their natural habitat – regal, yet vulnerable, intimidating, but at the same time peaceful and even playful. They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, so scroll down below to witness the majesty that no words could ever possibly depict.

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