DPChallenge: A Digital Photography Contest You are not logged in. (log in or register
 
Challenge Entries
Portfolio Images
This image is not part of a public portfolio.
when the west wind moves
when the west wind moves
ubique


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Beauty II (Expert Editing)
Camera: Olympus XZ-1
Date: Apr 25, 2014
Aperture: 3.5
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/800
Date Uploaded: Apr 25, 2014

N/A

Statistics
Place: 49 out of 71
Avg (all users): 5.3086
Avg (commenters): 6.7500
Avg (participants): 5.3438
Avg (non-participants): 5.2857
Views since voting: 205
Views during voting: 159
Votes: 81
Comments: 7
Favorites: 0


Please log in or register to add your comments!

AuthorThread
05/09/2014 02:53:29 PM
Peaceful and true. They may be sniffing for lion, but hey, that's life. Hehe.
Thanks.

  Photographer found comment helpful.
05/09/2014 10:16:53 AM
Originally posted by skewsme:

how do their antlers decide to curve like that? really like the composition with the two in the foreground and the other longhorn-looking animals in the distance.

Not antlers but horns; these are mature male impala antelopes. The horns take on this lovely compound curve, rather like a lyre when viewed from front-on, beginning in their second year. The 'longhorn-looking animals' are wildebeest, also called gnu though rarely locally. They're antelopes too.
05/09/2014 08:06:04 AM
What wonders...
  Photographer found comment helpful.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
05/08/2014 11:17:01 PM
how do their antlers decide to curve like that? really like the composition with the two in the foreground and the other longhorn-looking animals in the distance.
  Photographer found comment helpful.
05/08/2014 05:21:21 PM
feel the warmth
  Photographer found comment helpful.
05/04/2014 09:02:16 PM
Voted earlier coming back to comment

Wow what a way to show off the beauty of nature!!! Must have been an amazing sight to see and watch these impala's (I think) out in the bush. Great capture, I think you could crop it even closer to get your audience even closer to the natural beauty of these animals. Nicely captured!
  Photographer found comment helpful.
05/03/2014 12:11:45 AM
just think theres a little too much foreground
  Photographer found comment helpful.


Home - Challenges - Community - League - Photos - Cameras - Lenses - Learn - Prints! - Help - Terms of Use - Privacy - Top ^
DPChallenge, and website content and design, Copyright © 2001-2020 Challenging Technologies, LLC.
All digital photo copyrights belong to the photographers and may not be used without permission.
Proudly hosted by Sargasso Networks. Current Server Time: 02/23/2020 06:57:29 PM EST.