Photographed in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
One afternoon while on safari in Zimbabwe we stopped at a watering hole to enjoy sundowners and watch the wildlife in the golden light of the sunset. There were many animals converging on the watering hall and I got the sense that one zebra was about to make a run for it, sprinting along the watering hole in order to take position in a different location.
Anticipating this I quickly adjusted my camera setting and set up to take some pictures in rapid fire while panning along with the beautiful creature. I captured a nice set of eight shots of the zebra in a gallop. Here is one of my favorite single frames.
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