It took my time to find out if they were elephants, dalmatians or zebras....coming out from a mudｴs bath...
Those are fantastic photos Jacques. What type of camera are you using? those wide-angle, panoramic shots are amazing, especially the kudu with the countryside in the background.
Attachment 17663beautiful country!
this was taken in calif.we spent many happy days in that country over several years.
Attachment 17666Hey there.. I am a fairly new hunter (this is my 3rd year) My first year I did get a bear and a deer.... thanks to my husband who has shown me the ropes. I'm not a big hunter like all the other people in here - but - I'll get there..... We'd LOVE to go to go to Africa on a trip. That would be awesome!
tish,hope you make it to Africa but be prepared,one trip wont do it.my wife and I have been 4 times and hope to go again,it is hunters heaven.
breeding season is always a rough fight...
You can't beat sunsets in Africa!
Can you hear me now? Can you hear me now?
Brief explination of the following:
I sat in overwatch with binos and camera, as my wife and PH scramble into postion.
500yds from my vantage point is a magnificant East Cape Kudu
250yds to my 10'oclock is where the hunters crept into postioned, over a cliff, below-another 250yds away is where the bull stood.
I was able to capture the whole event on camera...experiencing this was worlds beyond my most memorable hunting experience-and I never pulled a trigger!
SCI Recorded Top 10 Taken by a Female Hunter!
No ambitions to win this competition as there are so many great pictures here.
I just wanted to share a old picture from 1990 with great memories of me hunting with my grandfather that passed away rather many years ago now.
He hunted Fox, Roe deer and Reindeer till he was 81.