Lazy Leopard - There is no better way to end the day than with a Leopard starting his. The silky smooth shallow depth of field is all due to the Incredible Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 that I paired with a 1.4x converter resulting in a delicious f4 at 420mm.
https://flic.kr/p/fSLuxf | The silhouette of a lion as he awaits the morning’s wakeup call. | Check out my other photos: flickr.com/mywildlife
https://flic.kr/p/fZPZkQ | The Pride | A mission. A goal. The three boys knew something was going on, running in unison together.
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Tamara Gooch Photography: The Incredible Mangalarga Marchador Horse
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Surreal beauty - This elephant is standing in the middle of an periodic stream in the Namib desert. This periodic river is changing within a few miles from a very dry river bed to a green river full of grass. This is due to the rock formations below. Therefore the ground water level is very high and the vegetation is surreal for this dry landscape. In the background you can see the red grante mountains and the lava stones.... a very dry region... since years no rain...but beautiful grass wit...
Vanishing King of the Namib desert - This is one of the five musketeers, Five maie desert adopted Lions in the Namib desert. This shot is taken in March 2016. In the meantime one of these five brothers was killed in June 2016 in a human wildlife conflict. The four remaining brothers are striving since a couple of days through the area where they have seen their brother for the last time. As the carcase of the lion was burned they do not understand why the brother doesn´t respond to their roa...
Ranthambhore National Park, Rajasthan, India. Axis, chital o ciervo moteado. #NatGeoWILD [Foto del día - julio 2016]
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King of the Arctic - People often ask how close we get to the polar bears on our Svalbard tour. Well, that depends on the bears, and where they are. Luckily, polar bears are very inquisitive and often come to check us out. Either that, or they just want to eat us. Anyway, they regularly get very close, or we to them. Close enough for serious closeups - you can see our ship reflected in its eye. - - - If you would like to photograph these magnificent kings of the arctic before they’re gone,...