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Just another Kalahari morning


Morkel Erasmus
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Similarly to my posting of a dramatically epic sighting in Etosha (http://safaritalk.net/topic/12745-dramatic-etosha-battle/), here is a short morning's report of what went down in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in November 2012 one fateful morning...

 

This image should give you a clue!

Full story here: http://blog.morkelerasmus.com/2013/01/just-another-kalahari-morning.html

 

Thanks for your time :D

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What a fantastic morning you had - great sequence and fotos.

Facinating like the giraf kill in Etosha.

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Wow, @@Morkel Erasmus-- Thank You for posting this shot. It's fabulous. I can't imagine capturing it without shaking all over!!

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Still one of my all time favorite photos.

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What was the f stop on that, Morkel? - Super shot!

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What an ominious shot that is.

On your blog, the rest of the sequence is equally compelling!

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Thanks everyone!

 

@@madaboutcheetah - f5.6, 1/800 SS, ISO-2000, 500mm focal length

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You get some brilliant sightings Morkel and make the most of them photographically. Strength to strength mate! :D

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