31 August 2016 – The intoxicating gaze of an animal

The imperturbable gaze of a Mluwati Concession leopard… A stunning study in black and white by michelleastbury.

One theory about the dark stripes on a zebra is that the ones on its forehead are closer together to absorb more heat in the mornings, if the zebra faces into the sun. Later in the day, when it’s hotter, they can face away from the sun to lose heat as their rumps have more white to reflect the sun. What do you think? (c) sjchaffey

Now you see me, now you don’t… The wildlife of Hamiltons tries – with varying degrees of success – to hide from Alistair Blevins’ lens… We’re happy that he he spotted them all and took these great pictures!

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