Wild Dogs

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary, Fl. U.S.A.)

Calling for his mates

Calling for his mates

Calling for his mates
Dog with a bone
Pile up
Wonder what he sees

In our trips to Kruger we have seen dogs 3 times. One time photographs were not possible. We were able to get some fair photos once near Lower Sabi, but this time in Sabi Sands we had an experience of a life-time. When we found the dogs, 6 adults and 5 juveniles, they were lying under some bushes. After about 2 minutes they all got up and just ran around us and our vehicle for about 5 minutes before disappearing into the bush.


Hope you enjoy these photos.

One of my favorites is 'pile up' - not sure why, I just like it.

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Nice photos
by: Jacques

Is that a bone or cigar in the mouth of the second dog!?

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Pile-up
by: Jenny

I also like the Pile-up shot, it is a nice interaction photo. You don't always get nice shots of dogs as they are always on the move, Mario and I find photographing them a real challange!

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