Sunday, May 4, 2008

Wildebeest - A Different Angle

Wildebeest are one of the more common game species that you will find when going on safari. I am not sure how many people (if any) will actually go out looking for images of Wildebeest, but I tried a slightly different angle and quite liked the results!

A close up of a young Wildebeest's eye.

This young guy was ruminating and I focused on his 'elbows' and mouth.

Half a profile of the youngster still laying down.

As I mentioned in a previous Blog - It's not what you look at, but what you see!!

As always I look forward to hearing from you!

Written by Gerry van der Walt

2 comments:

brucesc said...

Sandpiper sent me to see you blog, knowing what an Africa-phile I am. Very nice. Some really outstanding photographs there! I'll link you to my blog. My Africa stuff in on my other website.

Gerry said...

Thanks a lot for the comment! Greatly appreciated!

I will be adding links to other Blogs soon so if you can think of any other please let me know!