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Madurai Monkeys

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Madurai Monkeys Madurai Monkeys

One of the enjoyable aspects of touring India is seeing the various monkeys going about their monkey business. Monkeys are not something we see in the US unless it’s the ones behind bars as if they are being punished for a crime. Their crime? Not being human. Often we anthropomorphize monkeys. WIth their human like features it’s easy to understand why. Looking at these two I am struck by the monkey with the closed eyes. It reminds me of a zen master so expert at his craft that he can perform without even looking.

Camera: Canon EOS Rebel T3i
Lens: EFS 55-250 @ 250 mm
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Aperture: f/5.8

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