Mervyn Hurwitz  


Zebra Necking by Mervyn Hurwitz

August 2020 - Zebra Necking

August 2020 - Mervyn Hurwitz

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Zebra are usually boring animals to watch as they stand grazing with their heads down. On this particular morning in Kruger Park, this herd was particularly active, fighting and interacting with each other. We observed them for about half hour.
Taken with my Sony A7III, 24-240mm lens at 180mm. ISO 320, f7, 1/200 secs.
I did very little in post process other than convert to b&w using Nik Silver Effex, and crop to concentrate attention to the action.


2 comments posted

Geoffrey Wiggins   Geoffrey Wiggins
What can I say, A magnificent shot, beautifully handled. The B&W is a great choice. If I could think of any way of improving it I would but I can't. Makes me want to go to Africa.   Posted: 08/01/2020 21:52:10

Pierre Williot   Pierre Williot
Fantastic shot. Really tells a story. Thanks for being so patient.... I know, to get a shot like this, you need to be extremely patient...
Thanks for sharing.   Posted: 08/02/2020 08:23:58

 

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