Profile of the Hunter

© Robert Leverton

Profile of the Hunter

Uploaded: March 25, 2006

Description

Profile of the Hunter @@ Leopard image taken at the Baltimore Zoo. His attention was drawn to a crying child. Taken through chain link fence – Aperture wide open and 300-400mm telephoto make any chain link fence disappear.

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Comments

Melissa G. Meiselman March 25, 2006

Good strategy for chain links...I have had this problem, too. Your result is incredible. I can see him concentrating on that crying child. Great shot!! #415256

Michele Jarvis March 25, 2006

Gorgeous Capture! Thanks for sharing how you eliminated the chain link fence. #2575107

Janine Russell level-deluxe March 25, 2006

Robert, excelelnt colors, detail, exposure and lighting. #2575737

Mary Swift March 26, 2006

Great capture Robert, nice detail! #2578136

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