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|The Dorcas gazelle is generally similar in appearance to the closely related Gazella gazella, but they are smaller, have longer ears and more strongly curved horns.|
They are common to north Africa
This image captured at Marwell zoo
All comments appreciated
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Excellent portrait. Monochromatic colours, background, DOF, POV and so forth are well done.
Fantastic capture, superb sharpness, nice depth of field
and wonderful details, beautiful natural colors, very good clarity and lovely light, nice textures in the horns, beautiful blurred background and great pose.
- [2008-04-16 19:24]
What a beauty, Geoff.
Fantastic frontal POV and eye contact.
Beautiful monochromatic color palette.
Sharp details. Great image.
TFS. : )
perfect portrait, there are dorcas gazelles in the Negev desert of S Israel and also in Arabia (not only in n Africa). The are really delicate and beautiful creatures living in Savannah like landscapes. TFS Ori
Very good portrait with beautiful colors and BG.
Good of sharpness.