A small herd of Impala (Aepyceros melampus) dominated by a single ram shortly after taking water. Given adequate green vegetation and grazing, the impala can survive without water for short periods, but generally they are rarely found more than a few kilometres from water.
(Canon EOS 5D Mark III / EF100-400mm IS II USM; 1/16000 sec; f/7.1; ISO 320; 350mm)
Picture ©2015 Andrew Field – Simply Wild Photography
Austrian photojournalist, Ernst Haas, is regarded by some as one of the pioneering colour photographers. In his long career he is credited with bridging the gap between photojournalism, the recording, and the use of photography as a medium for expression and creativity or an art. Haas is attributed with the following:
“The best pictures differentiate themselves by nuances, a tiny relationship – either a harmony or a disharmony – that creates a picture”