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Cheetah Tree

By TomCoetzee    
Not often seen in trees like leopards. This is due to the adaption for speed abilities, clearly visible are the half-retrackalbe clwaws that helps the cat accelerate & dig in deep for grip...
However youngsters will often run & jump into trees when playing, but ths sometimes causes a problem when getting out, adults will get into low limbs or fallen trees for vantage points.Wink

Tags: Tom Sexy Africa Cheetah Feline Safari Wildlife and nature

Voters: Philip_H, Holmewood, LynneJoyce and 3 more


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LynneJoyce Plus
11 22 101 United Kingdom
13 Jul 2013 10:44PM
Love the image, I'm just bewildered about why you chose black and white.

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14 Jul 2013 6:20AM
And rightly so! With all the action I always shoot in continuous high mode, this led to 3 "identical" images of this animal in the tree & I chose BW simply as I've been working on BW on a wide range of photos this weekend. I've got it in colour & yes it looks great...thanks for taking the time to view & commentWink

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