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 Instagram Image by HeatherJ Photography (@heatherjfoto) with caption : "I have been watching rhe magnificent @bbcearth series  Dynasties and have been mesmerized by the images and stories told" at South Luangwa National Park - 1931100015699569223

I have been watching rhe magnificent @bbcearth series Dynasties and have been mesmerized by the images and stories told so far. Yesterday I watched the episode on the Painted wolves (or African wild dogs) in Zimbabwe's Mana pools. The social bonds and rivalries were just fascinating with some very moving moments. This African wild dog is in Zambia's South Luangwa NP when I was lucky enough to see his/her pack a few years ago just after they had made a kill. Everyone in the pack was pretty full and many of the youngsters were running around playing with the leftovers! But this adult stayed alert and kept a lookout for danger whether from lions, hyena or neighbouring packs of African wild dogs. . . . .

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 image by African photo review (@african_photo_review) with caption : "Very interesting striking image by @wimvorster_photofilm
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“Eye-2-Eye”, I have spent a lot of time in the Photo Mashat" - 1931078429982995656
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Very interesting striking image by @wimvorster_photofilm *** “Eye-2-Eye”, I have spent a lot of time in the Photo Mashatu underground hide the last few years, but still dreamt of a leopard drinking shot to add to my hide photo collection.... but that all changed yesterday afternoon when this beautiful female leopard made her “guest appearance” just after sunset....feeling amazed @mashatu_game_reserve , still one of my top photographic destinations in southern Africa! #wildplanetphotomag *** OUR REVIEW: The very first thing that one looks at with this image is the head of the leopard and the tongue specifically. This image shows the power of an anchor point, I will add that this anchor is very powerful and between the tongue and the eyes, its difficult to draw your eyes away from the head. This is partly because of the centred composition, there is balance left and right of the leopard. The key difference between the left and the right side is the leopards leg stretching out on the left of the frame. This provides a visual exit off the page. My first look is straight at the leopards and the paw stretched out leads my eye out on the left. This creates some empty space on the right, I feel that the composition could have been a little bit more off centre, by placing the leopard in the right of the frame a little more. This is because the leopards is looking to the left ooh so slightly, if it was looking dead straight down the camera it would be a slightly different situation. Shows the power of visual direction. *** What are your thought on this image? Please share them below.