Owlette on the ground, adult watching
Hi all - ive just joined this group and uploaded a few images from my recent trip to the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. I have included 5 of the 10 uploaded in this post.
I hope you find them interesting.
I'm looking at those two lenses for wildlife photography (I'm currently using an old, 1980 lens, 300mm F4 ED AF.
For budget reasons I'm unable to get the G2 or the sports version.
What do you think? Do you guys have examples?
Hi, I'm brand new here today so not sure what i should be doing, but here's a rather nice photo of a peacock on display. Captured at a resort on the Okavango River in northern Namibia in November 2016.
Large animals in Africa are endangered from a new threat - drought. From Ethiopia to South Africa, regular sources of water are disappearing. These giraffes and white rhinos in South Africa are finding shrinking tiny puddles as their only source of water in what was a large healthy river, now a dry riverbed.
The Tanzanian Cheetah is a loner, and raises her cubs without assistance from a mate. She finds it impossible to herd cats, and must stay with and guard them until they are mature enough to travel with her. This girl had 3 cubs, and with constant attention, managed to keep them relatively close to her, giving individual special attention to...
Hello, this is my first publication on this community. Feel free to comment it.
This European Otters had been shot in the biodiversity protection and conservation center in Val de Reuil, Normandie, France.
A Norther desert horned lizard found in Utah a few weeks ago. Very interesting little guy
This Picture Is Clicked at Sanjay Gandhi Forest of Mumbai (india) .....
If u vist here you can witness this beauty of nature ,wild life ,Lot of monkeys and more then 170 caves .
I have this love for photographing nature and the zoo is the most readily available wild environment in the city. I would love some CC on this photo. Thank you in Advance
Don't know the name for these animals but noticed them while driving around forks of the credit area in Caledon, Ontario. This is one of my first really good shots with my new camera I got recently which is the Canon T5i. Though this was a good shot.. please tell me your thoughts on it
Not a bird guy, or a wildlife photographer at all, but I was walking around with my family this evening and saw a perfect opportunity. Shot with a 50mm prime lens.