Lens: Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8E FL ED VR
Description: Leopard jumping to cross a narrow canal
Story from behind the lens: Leopards can leap 20 feet forward in a single bound and jump ten feet straight up. They leap and jump to capture prey, crossing a narrow creek. This image was captured in morning time when a leopard came nearby a canal to drink water. After drinking of water it decided to cross the canal by jumping from one stone bed to other side stone bed of the canal. Able to capture the perfect moment of flying cat crossing over the canal.