Impala: Paradigm of Perfection

Two impala antelope (Aepyceros melampus) pose with perfection for the photographer. The impala is the paradigm of perfection in itself being one of the most efficient grazer/browser antelopes in Africa, yet the most common and probably the least photographed.
(Canon 50D; f/5.6; 1/250sec; ISO-640; 285mm)

Picture ©2010 Andrew Field – Simply Wild Photography


2 thoughts on “Impala: Paradigm of Perfection

  1. A first class picture, the setting, colour and stance of the Impala, must rank this picture amongst the very best. The sharpness is outstanding, aided by the background being out of focus. Well done indeed.

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