November 23, 2017

Wild Dogs

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November 23, 2017
Wild Dogs

Species: African Wild Dog | Location: Kruger, South Africa

We were on our first day of a safari. We were driving down the road when we saw a pack of wild dogs coming right at us. It was late afternoon and cloudy, making lighting a challenge. The driver stopped and I was able to get this shot as the pack headed towards us. They were not afraid at all. This was a large pack and represented about 25% of the total dogs in the park. We were really lucky to see them, and we spent about an hour with them.

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About The Photographer

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I'm a world traveler who has been traveling the globe for the past 15 years, visiting places that are being most impacted by global warming. My initial photography interest was in macros of plants and flowers, but once I obtained a longer lens, I became an avid wildlife photographer. I enjoy visiting off-the-beaten-path places and capturing images of the flora and fauna. I also enjoy sharing these images and experiences with others through my web site and personal presentations.

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