Monkeys and elephants – Bundala national park

This month I went abroad. I have visited Sri Lanka in Asia. A great opportunity to see wild animals. All pictures have been taken with the Tamron 150-600mm lens on a Canon 60D. The pictures are taken in Bundala national park.


Above are some pictures of grey langurs. They come in big groups and dont mind if you stop by for a visit. I was pretty close when I saw the monkeys and they were very busy eating leaves.

I will upload some more pictures of birds in another segment. Do not forget to follow this site to keep yourself updated with more news.


Posted on May 31, 2014, in Photos, Tamron 150-600mm and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Hi… i saw your site, and i think its great. I used to be freelance photographer (never like it) but when i take nature/wildlife photos as a hooby i always love it. Those images you have of big mammals in Asia are superb, and they are sharp images with that lens!!…i want to buy the tamron 150-600, what are your thoughts about this lens so far?… Did you handhold it all the time for those pictures or did you use a tripod (gimbal head, ballhead?


    • Hi Alex,

      I love my Tamron 150-600mm lens!

      I never use tripods, no need for that with this lens. Even though it weighs around 2 kg, I have no problem to handhold it and take pictures.

      You should definitely buy a Tamron 150-600 mm lens. It’s great!

      • i will…your pictures show you are having a lot of fun with it. I hope you post more pictures.

        Thanks for the reply

      • Hi again,

        I do have lots of fun while taking pictures! I will post more pictures shortly, I promise. Soon there will be more pictures of birds.

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