Point of View

If you ever thought how it looks from the Lion’s point of view when we photographer’s shoot in the bush. Here is the answer 🙂

We were watching the Thanda North Pride feasting on a Wilderbeest kill. The young male was observing us closely …

… while his sister played with the Wilderbeest tail!

 

And for the photographers among my blog readers here are the technical info about the images:

Picture 1 – Camera Canon 1D Mark IV – Canon Lens L 28-300mm – at 130mm – 1/1600sec – f/5.6 – ISO 3200 – +1eV – freehand

Picture 2 – Camera Canon 1D Mark IV – Canon Lens L 28-300mm – at 300mm – 1/500sec – f/5.6 – ISO 400 – +/-0eV – freehand

Picture 3 – Camera Canon 1D Mark IV – Canon Lens L 28-300mm – at 220mm – 1/1000sec – f/5.6 – ISO 1600 – -0.33eV – freehand

9 Replies to “Point of View”

  1. No wonder you travel safely; what animal wouild challenge a large multi-eyed beast.
    I love all your pictures and look forward to seeing them daily.

  2. Great pictures. Cats can find just about anything to play with. Sister looks like she’s having to much fun!!Thanks for sharing the info on the pics, I know that it takes time to do so.Have a great one.

  3. Looks a little chilly. We’ve got to come visit. When’s the very best time to come, weather-wise?

    1. Well it is winter now and it is a little “nippy” in the early morning and in the evening. But the days are usually in the 70s (Fahrenheit = 20s Celsius) But at this time of the year the game viewing is by far the best. If I would have to choose the best time of the year is from June to August.

  4. Cool photo’s as always, Christian. Like everyone else I look forward to your daily posts. Hope you are well. looks pretty chilly on that wagon…:)

    1. Thanks for your comment Rita. Well it is winter now and it is a little “nippy” in the early morning and in the evening. But the days are usually in the 70s (Fahrenheit = 20s Celsius) But at this time of the year the game viewing is by far the best.

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