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Show us your red lechwe pictures here

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Tom Kellie

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Those are splendid action shots!

Your lechwe in motion are among the most exciting images I've seen in Safaritalk!

Thank you for sharing them with us.

Tom K.

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penolva

~ @@penolva

 

 

Those are splendid action shots!

Your lechwe in motion are among the most exciting images I've seen in Safaritalk!

Thank you for sharing them with us.

Tom K.

THANKYOU Tom praise indeed!

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johnweir

RED LECHWE (Kobus l. leche) , BOTSWANA 2014.

A common antelope in northern Botswana (Okavango Swamps), a perfectly adapted semi-aquatic species. 

Images taken in Botswana July 2014.

All images taken using EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS Mk1, set at 400mm.

ISO 200 (A) all 3 images.

Image 1: Pom Pom Camp,  f/8 1/640.

Image 2: Pom Pom Camp,  f/6.3 1/800.

Image 3: Lebala Camp, f/8 1/640. The image accurately reflects typical Red Lechwe habitat. 

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Game Warden

This topic needs more photos.

 

Matt

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