As this Lioness stalked past, she looked straight at me for a brief moment. That's all it was. A moment. But it was perfect.
Eye contact can make a photo much more powerful than if the subject was looking away. It's always frustrating to see people shouting (or worse, throwing things) at an animal just to get it to look at them. Photography should never be more important than letting animals go about their business in peace. PATIENCE is the key to these kind of shots. Be patient and you will be rewarded. Or y'know, you won't. It's nature. You don't make the rules.
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It’s UNBELIEVABLE and completely UNACCEPTABLE that in these times in which we are facing the 6th MASSIVE EXTINCTION OF SPECIES there’s still lotta heartless people who KILL wild animals for FUN. ⚠️ The LIES of “killing for conservation” have been WIDELY EXPOSED. ⚠️The corruption of many wildlife organizations from all over the world that protect the heinous BUSINESS of the licenses to kill these animals are an essential reason why we are losing species and taking others to endangered status.⚠️ REAL conservationists DON’T KILL WILD ANIMALS. AND BRAKE THE NATURAL BALANCE⚠️REAL conservationists DON’T BREED wild animals to release them and KILL THEM.🌠IN THE FIRST PHOTO: A REAL MAN: Animal Behaviorist Kevin Richardson, The Lion Whisperer🌠 PHOTO 2: Unknown 🌠 #naturephotography#wild#lion#animals#realmenarekindtoanimals#vegan#wildlifephotography#vegancommunity#veganforanimals
#AfricanFishEagle . Territorial birds typically perch conspicuously in tall trees close to the water, often revealing their presence with their far carrying, ringing call, which is given in flight or from a perch...
Aquila pescatrice africana. Uccelli territoriali che di solito si appollaiano in vista su alberi ad alto fusto vicino all'acqua, spesso rivelando la loro presenza con il loro richiamo lontano, che viene dato in volo o da un posatoio. #Ethiopia#wildlifephotography