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7. Lion and Wildebeest, Serengeti National Park in Tanzania
1/10 sec at f/6.3, ISO 100 | NIKON D4 + 200-400mmf/4 lens | Aperture priority, 0 EV
The resident pride of lions around Kusini, in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, had the behaviour of hunting at night and returning to their granite kopje in the early morning. They would then rest for the whole day amongst the rocks before emerging again in the late afternoon. I visited the Park during the wildebeest calving season and found this cub returning to their kopje in the morning. The light was low and the fast movement made for a great slow motion panning opportunity. I loved the soft colours, composition with the wildebeest in the back and the fact that I managed to capture the lion sharp with such a slow shutter speed.
A Tufted puffin takes flight, leaving its perch on the volcanic cliffs of St. Paul island, Alaska. Tufted puffins are the largest of the puffin species. Being the largest doesn’t make them really big, they stand approximately 15 inches (38 cm) tall and have a wingspan of approximately 24 inches (61 cm). I’m continually surprised by their size, they seem larger when observing them in their natural surroundings.