- manyee (23770)
- [2005-11-30 3:47]
Great scene, Aldo. An impressive composition of this huge herd of gnus. I would have cropped out the top to get rid of the cars and keep this a purely wildlife scene. Great job, and TFS. : )
- ridfa (4111)
- [2005-11-30 3:53]
La migration est quelque chose de vraiment exceptionnelle. Un peu d'informations techniques, matériel, réglages eut été un plus.
- Xplorator (7719)
- [2005-11-30 4:38]
you shouldve definatelly crop out the top part with the cars but you still get my 2points and the smiley for its a great image
Hi Aldo, this is so good seeing the Gnus, what a great shot of them I have done a workshop for you. I hope oyu like it. The photo is great, but I think it looks better without the car. Great looking animals, Well shown, and TFS.
- sandpiper2 (16757)
- [2005-11-30 5:06]
Great shot of this heard of gnu. Like the others I think it would been much better without the cars and the distant gnu. A simple crop as Janice has done would have given a much more powerful shot.
- mrcrow (3008)
- [2005-11-30 6:01]
wonderful event this when the wildebeeste start the migration
from tanzania they move northwards through the serengeti to the masai mara in kenya..when they arrive at their respective feeding grounds in season the grass is over 1 metre high.
the numbers are growing every year despite predation and natural wasteage.
- moemf (703)
- [2005-11-30 13:17]
great shot of the migration. I would love to see this. Hopefully I will get to see them in Savuti in December. Lovely contrast between the wildebeest and the yellow grass.
P.S. What about a comment?
- Libor (1101)
- [2005-11-30 15:02]
:o) great scene :o)