To two or not to two…
Making a meal of some ribs
A new male lion stalks the back range at Werribee as he waits out quarantine.
A lion’s tree-house is girls only for a little bit longer.
Does this photograph of a gorilla’s breakfast show how sharp this lens can be?
Summer has started a little hesitantly where I live, but the first Sunday in December was a lovely day, barely a hint of a cloud, bright sunshine, but not too hot. The reflection in the water is pristine, so there’s not a breath of wind. It’s a good time to relax, soak in the sunshine, and maybe listen to Queen’s song.
Shot with the new Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 GM II on a Sony A1. The shot above was take at 111mm, f/2.8, 1/2000, ISO 200 (due to auto-ISO). The image is uncropped.
To demonstrate that it wasn’t just the hippos taking a leisurely approach to the day, here are a couple of lions luxuriating in the warmth. The younger of the two clearly thinks the older makes a good footrest.
This shot was taken at 148mm, but all the other settings are the same.
The Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 GM OSS mark II is proving to be a very pleasant lens to use.
When chased by a lion, don’t expect climbing a tree to save you
A quick burst of speed from a focussed predator
Even a hard dead tree can serve as a pillow for a big cat.
This is the first photo shot with a new camera. Of course, that meant it had to be a cat. Chose to shoot with the superb Sony 135mm GM, wide open in bright sunlight.
Relaxing in bright sunlight, a lion soaks up the warmth.