- ingridshaul (0)
- [2010-10-08 12:38]
Thank you for showing on TrekNature this interesting photo of the two Zebras.
Etoscha is stunning - is it not!?!
You see there in one hour more animals that in in Kruger Park in a week!
I can imagine these two zebras drinking so closely to each other to have a bigger horizon to watch out for predators, as the animals are quite vulnerable when drinking...
Interesting also, the Zebra on the right having a brown marking on the nose and the eye, which I have not seen before.
I like the tight control of depth of field and the natural colours.
Have a nice week-end
Greetings from South Africa
- mwmod99 (14196)
- [2010-10-08 13:12]
Incredible gorgeous shot Pierre! Etosha definitely is a dream destination for every wildlife enthusiast and you must be quite lucky! Nice shot, lovely detail perfect dept of field and composition! I am on a hunt for a longer lens ! are you happy with the current setup? Have a great evening and thanks for sharing this capture!
- dipsybee (38)
- [2010-10-09 4:46]
Lovely shot with such clear detail on the animals and a nice composition. You are fortunate to be there to see these wonderful animals.
- stomsoncy (2992)
- [2010-10-10 4:29]
Hi pierre,very nice capture.
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2010-10-16 17:21]
Beautiful and so well composed. You most certainly caught these at the right time. Contrast is spot on. Thanks for showing us!
- rommel (3628)
- [2010-11-25 21:51]
Nice clear imager of these two zebras.One can see clearly, on their heads, that no zebras stripes are similar.Like the finger prints of humans.
- vmukherjee (1472)
- [2011-03-10 19:07]
Nice shot. Sharply focused and good colours. Thanks for sharing.