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Wild in Africa

By tigs  
I got all caught up in work since my last upload but here is the second version of the leopard that I promised... I think I prefer this one... I hope you like it too, thanks for looking.

Tags: Male Leopard Safari Tanzania Serengeti Landscape and travel East africa Wildlife and nature

Voters: MikeRC, kencbr, 49er and 14 more


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MikeRC Plus
10 3.6k United Kingdom
14 Jul 2007 11:45AM
What a fantastic shot...well done.
.....Mike

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kencbr 9 4 United Kingdom
14 Jul 2007 11:51AM
great capture
49er 9 564
14 Jul 2007 11:53AM
Nice shot.. I would have cropped some of the left off and got rid of the small bit of branch/twig at the top of the shot...

That said It is great to capture a wild leopard.. I have sen them in kenya and they are lovely..
14 Jul 2007 12:01PM
From experience they are hard to spot (no gag intended) let alone photograph...excellent photo. Love it.
tigs 11 145 3 Netherlands
14 Jul 2007 12:03PM
Thanks everyone for your quick feedback!

@ Edgar: I like to keep my images full frame but I see how cropping it a little brings more focus on the eyes... and that twig! only noticed it after I uploaded it, I would normally have cloned that out!!!! GRRR!! lol
Rock Plus
13 10 2 England
14 Jul 2007 12:58PM
Very good as it is shown.

Great capture.

Rock
rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
14 Jul 2007 8:04PM
Wonderful moment, truly majestic cat. Ron.
piccy 9 8 Wales
14 Jul 2007 9:37PM
Fantastic shot, great experience.
Freda
Newtman 9 2 5
15 Jul 2007 8:23PM
Lovely picture, well caught.
David
SueTurner 11 81 3 England
16 Aug 2007 10:58PM
really like this, good to see some of the natural backgroud as well
8 Jan 2009 8:27AM
I love this shot i have just got back from south africa and best i could get of a leopard was 400 yards away from one. Love the picture would love to be able to do something like it soon.

Gavin

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