Thursday, 21st March 2013
by Brendon Cremer
We photographed this large male leopard after following for a short time after he left his kill, he was walking ahead of the vehicle so not great photographically but we had an idea he was heading for water at a near by water hole. Our predictions were right and we managed to get some great images of him drinking before he left back to his kill and we headed back to our lodge.
Equipment: Canon EOS 1D Mark II, Canon 70-200mm f4 L
Brendon is an adventurer, conservationist, tour leader, specialist wildlife photographer and guide based in Nelspruit. Brendon Guides and hosts photographic safaris, workshops and photo tours around Southern and East Africa. With a deep respect and understanding for Africa and its wildlife and through his profound knowledge, Brendon’s safaris allow the traveller not only to enhance their photography, but also gain a lifelong admiration for Africa’s wildlife and culture.
" WHAT I LIKE ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY IS CAPTURING A MOMENT IN TIME THAT'S GONE FOREVER, IMPOSSIBLE TO REPRODUCE "