A male cheetah known as Kalahari is photographed on the move in Zimanga Game Reserve South Africa by professional wildlife photographer and photographic safari host, Grant Atkinson/Atkinson Photography & Safaris.
Grant will be leading another exclusive Pangolin Photo Safaris workshop there in May 2015 with expert guiding by Brendon Jennings, where guests will using the amazing “bird bath” hides – Mkombe and Behjane – as well as spending time in the game viewer on the reserve. For enquiries & bookings: Click HERE
Dramatic clouds rumble over Johannesburg in a composite image made of dozens of photographs. Alexius van der Westhuizen, a 46-year-old real-estate agent, captured the dramatic thunderstorm that illuminated the night sky as hundreds of lightning bolt in full force. The image is a composition of dozens of photographs taken during three-hour sessions over the course of the summer. Lightning strikes are layered over each other to give the impression the sky is erupting with dozens of bolts at once.
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A cracking portrait of four cheetahs posing nicely for the camera
by Hendri Venter
Why don’t you him on a trip and learn how to photograph stunning wildlife images.
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This leopard got itself into a prickly situation when it tried to lunch on a porcupine. The feline was resting in a tree beside a road in Kruger National Park in South Africa when the unsuspecting rodent wandered underneath it. After the leopard was injured in its initial attack, it backed off from the porcupine and then went in for a second assault. The porcupine managed to make it across the road but was eventually taken down by the big cat.
Photo by Yusuf Chavoos
A female leopard repositions her delicate grip on her cub before moving it to safety in Singita Game Reserve, South Africa
by Ross Couper Photography
Baby snow monkey taking a selfie in Nagano, Japan
by Jack Reynolds
Evening at Okaukuejo waterhole in Etosha National Park, Namibia.
by Fernando Quevedo
Lion Family on a walk about in the Masai Mara, Kenya
by David Lazar
One of three Lion cubs found perched on a boulder along the Leopard Gorge made famous by BBC’s Big Cat Diary documentaries. If you would like to join Mario Moreno on his next photo tour to Masai Mara with South Cape Images go to : Masai Mara Photo Safari
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A leopard fixated on a herd of impalas in Zarafa Camp, Botswan by Kane Motswana, a specialist guide, photographer and San Bushman
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A lion in the spotlight and ready for the nights hunt at Sabi Sands Game Reserve, South Africa
by John de Jager
A beautiful leopard spotted quenching its thirst at Zarafa Camp in Selinda Private Game Reserve, Botswana by Super Guide Lets Kamogelo.
Tree climbing elephant photographed in the Magical Mana Pools, Zimbabwe
by Giovanni Cassini
Cheetah mother and cub in Phinda Game Reserve, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
by Richard Rothstein