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N 27 B 455 C 14 E Jul 12, 2024 F Jul 12, 2024
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Why I love lions!

Tags:   lions panthera leo pride cubs young lions playing running Kenya Camp Bella Mara

N 33 B 401 C 11 E Jul 11, 2024 F Jul 11, 2024
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Two male cheetah vs. one spotted hyena: no contest who gets to eat.

Tags:   cheetah hyena eating food aggression Kenya safari Maisai Mara Camp Bella Mara

N 53 B 489 C 15 E Mar 11, 2024 F Jul 11, 2024
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Something caught this little cub’s attention, and it cooperatively lifted its cute little face to catch some light. (Lion – Panthera leo) (Sony a1, 70-200 at 133mm, f/11, 1/640 second, ISO 1600)

Tags:   Africa Simon Kararei safari CampBellaMara Panthera leo lion cub directional light nursing Kenya

N 30 B 566 C 13 E Jul 10, 2024 F Jul 10, 2024
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I'm still working on learning how to produce video with a long way to go. If any of my local friends is willing to give me a lesson or two in Davinci, I'd be happy to compensate you. That said, here are a couple of clips I merged of Serengeti Elephants. It also gives you a little sense of the place. I put a still picture at the front to avoid it showing up on my Flickr Page as a black square.

Tags:   Tanzania Serengeti elephants herd family video

N 53 B 540 C 18 E Mar 24, 2024 F Jul 9, 2024
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Hippos are extremely fun to watch. They make great noises, blow out of their noses like a whales, fight, yawn showing their magnificent jaws and teeth, poop and waggle their tales, have cute little ones like the rest of the animal kingdom, and sometimes chase humans around. I was in Tanzania many years ago at one of their well-known hippo viewing areas which allows you to watch from the ledge of a vertical wall of rock, which the hippos can’t climb. However, one hippo walked around the wall to the parking lot and chased one of the drivers around his safari vehicle. As you probably know, hippos are very dangerous and responsible for 500 deaths a year in Africa, exceeded only by crocodiles. I’ve seen them in small pools of water and imagine it’s like alligators in Florida: if there’s water, there are probably hippos. These guys were in a bright area of water which made the image suitable for high-key post processing. Basically, you increase the brightness of the background and increase the contrast and detail of the subject against that background. (Hippopotamus - Hippopotamus amphibius) (Sony a1, 400mm, f/5.6, ISO 320)

Tags:   Africa Hippopotamus amphibius Simon Kararei hippo hippopotamus kenya maasai mara safari high Key Black and White B & W


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