The trip to Garissa, Kenya was not all work. The last leg of the trip was spent shopping in Masai markets and heading to the south western corner of Kenya to Masai Mara.

The wildebeest migration from Tanzania was just underway in late June. Thousands and thousands of wildebeest will migrate from the Seregetti in Tanzania to Masai Mara. The vast vegetation of the savannah is what draws the wildebeest and one of their traveling partners, the zebra.

This fella seemed to be trying to hide from my camera, he seems a little camera shy. I dont think he realizes that little strand of savannah grass is doing nothing in keeping him from my lens.

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Canon 40D
Canon EF 400mm f/5.6 L USM
1/800th sec
ISO 500

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Scott is a self taught photographer that loves to share the moments in time he captures with his camera. Having a preference for wildlife and nature, Scott keeps his work diverse by photographing a variety of subjects.

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  • Lee-Anne Carver
    Lee-Anne Carverover 4 years ago

    Stunning lighting Scott! What a rich image.

  • Thank you. I love the solitude of this shot. During the wildebeest migration there are thousands and thousands of wildebeest moving to Masai Mara. I like having caught this one all alone in the savannah grass. Thanks again.

    – Scott Denny

  • Tim Denny
    Tim Dennyover 4 years ago

    Yes I see you, but don’t care to see you any closer.

  • He was a little close but not aggressive. Wildebeest seem like they are always on the look out for the big cats. These creatures can become dinner at any given moment.

    – Scott Denny

  • lorilee
    lorileeover 4 years ago

    What a gorgeous capture – - – beautiful!!!!

  • As always…thank you very much. :-)

    – Scott Denny

  • Magaret Meintjes
    Magaret Meintjesover 4 years ago

    Perfect! Stunning techs! Well done!

  • Thank you very much. If I can say so myself, I really like this shot.


    – Scott Denny

  • CriscoPhotos
    CriscoPhotosover 4 years ago

    Nice shot. THis fella looks awefully old. Hope the Big Cats don’t get him.

  • Thank you. Interestingly he was also separate from the herd. There seemed to be no apparent danger but one never knows what is lurking in the bush.

    – Scott Denny

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanover 4 years ago

    oh WOW Scott … this is magnificent!!!!!!! Glorious light!!!!!! And what a magnificent creature!!!!! WOW!!!!!

  • Thank you very much. I think you might like this one. :-)

    I see you added me to your watchlist. I swear I was on it before. For some reason you lose people on your watchlist once in awhile. Thanks for adding me again.

    – Scott Denny

  • Kay Kempton Raade
    Kay Kempton Raadeover 4 years ago

    Super shot! Scott, we don’t get many wildebeasts in even-toed ungulates, soo how about adding yours???

  • Thank you. I added him as requested. Thanks for taking the time to view and comment.

    – Scott Denny

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanover 4 years ago

    Scott .. I know!! It’s so frustrating!!! I lost Dana Horne and just discovered it yesterday, too … and about a month or so ago I discovered several people had fallen off … I think my evil twin must have a warped sense of humor!!! Thank heavens I’ve read other people complain about the same thing or I’d really be worried!!!

  • Kelly Robinson
    Kelly Robinsonover 4 years ago

  • Thank you very much for the support and feature.

    – Scott Denny

  • Magaret Meintjes
    Magaret Meintjesover 4 years ago

    Adrian & Maggie

  • Thank you very much. You are very supportive of my work…thank you.

    – Scott Denny

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