Yep, it's white.
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Back in the days of the civilized, polite and diplomatic Vikings (!), we were rich conquerors.
Snow leopard, 5D3, 100-400L @ 400mm, handheld, ambient light, ISO 2000. Through a wire fence at the San Francisco zoo.
I'd like to post and contribute to this thread. One question I have not found and answer to with the software is how to upload photos. Help.
That would not be a very nice thing to do. Just inbox me and I come to collect it. Will give you a non grip camera in exchange.
My wife and I were even closer to the mountain gorillas in Parc National des Volcans in Rwanda…and not inside a Land Rover.
Well said, and welcome to CR! Some very disappointing responses happening here. Photography should not be pigeonholed.
Arctic fox or Mountain fox or Snow fox or ... many names on this fellow. An endangered species on main land Norway, but this fellow is a result of a breeding station on Dovre, where they have successfully returned a number of foxes to the wild. Beautiful little animal.
Finally, what I appreciate even more than your photos is your attitude.
Edward, that is a brilliant picture ! In fact I'd say the best you have posted. Like Lemmy's picture of the surfer this one is as good as it gets.
ehh i felt it a bit weird to enter the "best animal shots" thread and then saw a photo of 3 dark skin kids
It seems like a bear
The previous Image was the Male Leopard version of Eye Contact, this ones the Female version of the same thing, note the subtle differences.You have to publish a book! I hereby sign up for 10 copies.
Edward, you know all about eye contact! Are you generally in a safe environment when such contact is taking place?
Different thought - do you/ have you, shot in South America?