A Leopard Stalks at Dusk

by irvine Eidelman
(cape Town)



This is the 'little guy's' mother stalking across a pan

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Jul 09, 2015
by: Vettori

Wow… That is actually a great shot. It has all the mightiness and elegance of the leopard. It is very rare to see leopards in the open like this. You can certainly add it to your greatest shots!

Jan 30, 2010
Very good picture!
by: Terry

Now this is a good photo - the subject has a glint in the eye, the composition is spot-on (subject walking into the frame), the shallow depth of field makes the leopard pop, and the side-lighting defines the subject nicely!

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