|Copyright: Patrick Lawrence (patrickb)
|Date Taken: 2011-11-22|
|Camera: Fujifilm finepix S9500|
|Exposure: f/4.4, 1/400 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2012-07-01 8:52|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|On a recent visit to Pilensberg National Park, these two Burchell’s Zebra kept me entertained for about ten minutes, chasing each other around in circles at full speed. Once they were tired out I managed to get this shot.|
Burchell’s Zebra is a subspecies of the Plains Zebra and in 1918 thought to be extinct when the last “known” one died in the Berlin Zoo. However following expeditions into Africa they were found, not only to be still living in the wild, but thriving in the areas of Etosha and Kwazulu Natal
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- [2012-07-01 10:54]
Hi Patrick,a magnificent pair of wild zebras taken in a spectacular way! How is nice this original perspective and how is great the quality of details and light management! I like it!Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
Seeing your photo as a thumbnail I just had to open it. A Perfect capture my friend. The details are perfect in clarity, white balance to perfection, natural colours splendid and placing of your objects excellent. Well done.
See my Black Zebra photographed in the Etosha National Park.
- [2012-07-01 16:12]
Hello, a spectacular zebra photo. Especially with a double capture. Nice sharpness and good composition with the zebras side by side. Perfect DOF with a blurred bg.
- [2012-07-09 2:57]
Nice portrait of these two zebras with pinsharp image and spot on exposure.Good timiing to capture both heads in the clear.
- [2012-07-14 11:05]
Great photo of these Zebras. Excellent sharpness, details and beautiful clear colours. Taken from a very good POV.
great portrait of these Zebras with good sharpness and a well chosen POV. I especially like the natural colours and the splendid light.