June 1, 2016

I Can Fly!

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June 1, 2016
I Can Fly!

Species: Impala | Location: Matusadona National Park, Zimbabwe

A small herd of impalas were spooked and heading towards the cover of tall grass. They had a small gully to navigate and most took to the air. I focused on a specific spot and just fired away with the camera. We were in Matusadona National Park as part of Nat Hab’s Hidden Jewels of Zimbabwe safari.

About The Photographer

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I am a retired graphic arts/digital media instructor. I spent 36 years in the classroom teaching grades 9-12 in a small rural school district in northeastern Pennsylvania. I am enjoying the opportunity to travel and explore the natural world.

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