• 135a2527 He's Out There (leopard) 20x25

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3rd Prize in Small Monochrome/Colour Prints “Any Subject” class at the 49th National Exhibition of Photography – Royal Adelaide Show 2019

We spent time with this awesome leopardess as the light began to fade, we had no idea what was about to unfold.

She had made a kill earlier in the day and had returned to the scrubby bush were she had stashed it to enjoy her meal.

Suddenly an Impala made an alarm call. She left her cover to investigate and as she scanned the area from her vantage point, a male leopard appeared. He quickly acquired the kill and hoisted it into the flimsy bush, eventually gaining his balance and composure to enjoy his brazen theft.

As the leopardess resigned herself to a lost meal and headed to a water hole, a hyena appeared and investigated the bush. After realising the kill had been hoisted, he also departed leaving us with the male leopard who joined us again at ground level and cleaned himself after his bush meal.

What a sighting!

Another amazing Botswana safari experience.

Photographic print on 300g Ilford Smooth Pearl paper.

Limited edition of 15 prints.

 

Leopard He’s out there Khwai River Okavango Delta

Steve Farrimond

AUD$100
Size: 25w x 20h cms
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Limited edition photographic print (15) on 300g Ilford Smooth Pearl paper

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3rd Prize in Small Monochrome/Colour Prints “Any Subject” class at the 49th National Exhibition of Photography – Royal Adelaide Show 2019

We spent time with this awesome leopardess as the light began to fade, we had no idea what was about to unfold.

She had made a kill earlier in the day and had returned to the scrubby bush were she had stashed it to enjoy her meal.

Suddenly an Impala made an alarm call. She left her cover to investigate and as she scanned the area from her vantage point, a male leopard appeared. He quickly acquired the kill and hoisted it into the flimsy bush, eventually gaining his balance and composure to enjoy his brazen theft.

As the leopardess resigned herself to a lost meal and headed to a water hole, a hyena appeared and investigated the bush. After realising the kill had been hoisted, he also departed leaving us with the male leopard who joined us again at ground level and cleaned himself after his bush meal.

What a sighting!

Another amazing Botswana safari experience.

Photographic print on 300g Ilford Smooth Pearl paper.

Limited edition of 15 prints.

 

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