The image featured above was shot from ground level, about fifteen metres away from a considerable herd of rhino. This is exceptionally unusual, even here in South Africa, where we have the largest (albeit tragically dwindling and desperately threatened by poaching) population of rhino on the planet.
It was our privilege and pleasure to film and photograph them recently for a special project that aims to help save the rhino from extinction – more of which we’ll disclose as this unfolds.
For now, here’s a link to our OV&P – Professional Digital Imaging Facebook album that shares a whole lot more spectacular inspiration: African Sunsets
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In our experience, few scenes stir the soul quite so profoundly as the sun setting over the African bushveld, especially when accompanied with the sounds of the wild, like the song of cicada beetles or the full-bodied roar of a nearby lion. It’s enough to give you genuine cause to pause between laughing with friends and raising an ice cold drink to your lips.
What would you rate as your best sunset ever?