- viv (3317)
- [2007-03-28 6:35]
Great shot of this hyena, it looks like it has visited a eye doctor and got a new one.
Great shot with special details.
Voir le WS
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2007-03-28 9:58]
You have brought rich impressions from the fascinating trip and remarkable pictures for memory of it. This shot is one of them. Great impressiveness of the pictured scene. amazing specimen and excellent quality of the reproduction of the animal and its surroundings. Bravo and my best wishes.
- greenpinkorange (1789)
- [2007-03-28 10:16]
This hyena really looks like its predetermined character: cunning, sly and always seems to have something up its 'sleeve'.
I guess it's early in the morning so the lighting ain't too good. but good eye and good focus. its eye really looks horrible as though its about to pop out. did it see you coz it looks like it is looking straight at you.
- jeanpaul (14962)
- [2007-03-28 12:05]
C'est une très bonne capture que cette yenne qui semble te regarder. Bravo pour ces bons détails et pour le réflexe. Il est très intéressant de la voir dans son milieu natural comme ça.
Merci et au revoir...JP
- Zeno (10867)
- [2007-03-28 12:50]
Deze hyena ziet er getekend uit.Maar dat is de natuur. Vrijwel geen enkel dier in de Afrikaanse wildernis is nog ongeschonden. Mooie natuurlijke opname!
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2007-03-28 17:10]
An excellent shot on this Spotted Hyena. Well composed and framed shot. Exposure looks very good. The colors and detail in her fur look very good. I have watched several specials on National Geographic Channel on Hyeas. They are amazing creatures.
- Adanac (21378)
- [2007-03-28 20:28]
Once again you have excellent details and colors in this capture. He looks as if he has had a tough go of it, but has a full belly.
- arfer (0)
- [2007-03-28 21:44]
This is a wonderful posting.This resembles Ed from the Lion King animated film.Great eye contact,and super detail of all the battle scars.Nicely composed and good sharp details.TFS
- daveman (172)
- [2007-03-30 2:06]
Hi, Paul. You've really travelled the world! You might consider changing time zones, it's all latitude and similar longitude, ha ha.
That eye looks sad, uncomfortable. A testament to the social nature of these animals, as even without binocular vision this creature has eked out existence on the african savannah.
- OzBY (1355)
- [2007-03-31 16:07]
Great picture of this Hyena.
Great color, position and sharpness.