|Copyright: George Veltchev (mwmod99)
|Date Taken: 2012-10-27|
|Camera: Canon 5D MKII, Canon EF 300\4L IS|
|Exposure: f/4, 1/250 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2012-11-14 2:19|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Mongooses are 33 living species of small carnivorans from southern Eurasia and mainland Africa of the family Herpestidae. Four additional species from Madagascar in the subfamily Galidiinae, which were previously classified in this family, are also referred to as "mongooses" or "mongoose-like". Genetic evidence indicates that the Galidiinae are more closely related to other Madagascar carnivorans in the family Eupleridae, which is the closest living group to the true mongooses.|
Image taken in RAW. ISO400
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This pet is very interesting. He's a great pose for the camera.
very interesting photo of this animal. Perfect point of view. Many details. Nice presentation.
Thanks for sharing,
A Very sharp detailed photo of this male Mongoose. Excellent eye contact, low POV with a shallow DOF framing your object perfectly. I just love it.
Thank you very much for the guidance regarding the signature. Now I would like to make you a bit jealous! We are off to ETOSHA and HENTIES BAY in Namibia from 2012/12/08 and will turn around towards home on 2013/01/03. We should be home on 2013/01/05. Hope I can bring something back that will contribute towards photography and wildlife.
What a splendid image with exceptional details and outstanding clarity.
Absolutely amazing colors. The light and exposure are great.
It is a interesting animal. Incredible dept of field and perfect exposure.
Thanks for sharing!
WOW ! you captured the Mongoose on that
expressive glance, look at that eyes !
great frontal POV to obtain this photo, TFS
- [2012-11-21 1:55]
Most interesting encounter! I just wonder if you were on the ground to take this shot..amazing this face to face!
Great shot from African fauna again.