Chad’s Blue-eyed Beauty has stolen my heart.
Simon’s Salayeshe, beautifully captured, spitting aggressiveness!
What magnificent photos and superb models — to think they are labeled ‘vermin’ by some idiots
Beautiful and still to be experienced in the wild by me!
Great photos. Location, location! You need to be at the right place at the right time. Luck and patience.
You are 100% correct Pierre – right place, right time AND the right light helps too. You also have to hand it to the photographers – they clearly know how to work a camera!
A M A Z I N G!!!!!
All great shots but Brendon Cremer’s shot of leopard dragging impala kiil must take top honours.
Especially from a technical perspective getting the shot in those conditions – nothing short of miraculous!
It would be nice to be able to see the full Properties, i.e. camera, lens, settings like ISO, shutter speed & aperture (on all submitted shots preferably).
Thanks for the feedback Johan. FYI – Brendon’s settings on ‘leopard’s prize’ were: ISO 1000, 1/125 at f6.3.
Mindboggling!! Phantastic Fotos! Hope I be so lucky to catch one like it in Botswana!
fantastic pics well done.
Beautifully elevated takes top place for me as the background has wonderfully neutral bokeh to enhance and separate the leopard from its background.
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