Piercing Gaze Mt. Lion

Uploaded: September 17, 2004 15:56:04


This mountain lion was photographed in captivity, in partnership with Triple D Game Farm.


Dr. Harmeet Singh August 22, 2007

This is incredible. Excellent catch and capture. #720984

Jim Miotke My Courses August 23, 2007

Hello, Harmeet,
Thanks so much for your kind feedback. Yes, this was a real treat photographing this mountain lion - "Anna" she is called. To get in this close, I used a 400mm lens and a 2x teleconverter. Out of 11 exposures, this is the only one that came out sharp.
Thanks again! #4688072

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