Silverback Gorilla by Steve Bulford

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To spend an hour with Mountain Gorillas is one of the best wildlife experiences you can ever hope for. They captivate you with their eyes and you become lost in the moment. Your time with them goes so fast you are left just wanting more…
This large Silverback was only a few meters away from us!

(Virunga volcanoes – Rwanda)

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Comments

  • Robert Elliott
    Robert Elliottover 6 years ago

    awesome photograph Steve, beautiful image !!!!

  • nannajul
    nannajulover 6 years ago

    Oh My!

    You know how the word Awesome can be overused, and loses its context! Well, I cant tell you here right now – that this is bloody awesome. Awesome in the highest degree.
    Is this the same fella as in Dignified Steve? It sure looks like him. Do you know his name?

    I so love this, and have to have it on my wall with the other one, and the other two in my cart.

  • CATNIPMEOW
    CATNIPMEOWover 6 years ago

    He looks like hes lost in thought…..2 cool

  • Jocelyn Hyers
    Jocelyn Hyersover 6 years ago

    absolutely stunning … quite the looker … outstanding capture …

  • nmbrplus
    nmbrplusover 6 years ago

    What an incredible image Steve! You’ve captured the very essence of this majestic beast……OMG, those eyes!

  • nannajul
    nannajulover 6 years ago

    I have this other one from this series hanging on my wall, and take it from me people – its worth it – really worth it. You have to see these in print to really see them.

  • cdwork
    cdworkover 6 years ago

    A magnificent animal well shot

  • Sharon Hammond
    Sharon Hammondover 6 years ago

    Oh my – this is beautiful

  • Mary Campbell
    Mary Campbellover 6 years ago

    When I was young living in NYC I use to go at lunch time to visit a very sad gorilla who was housed in the central park zoo (mostly in a small cage). He was so sad and his eyes told the story of his unhappiness there. So each day I would go talk to him a bit. Since then they closed that restrictive zoo and built a bigger zoo with more natural habitat. But it’s so nice to see these in the wild, I just wish they were more protected from pochers. The are truely our human brothers. Thanks for the wonderful photographs. Very lucky you are to visit them in their natural habitat.

  • Maria Dryfhout
    Maria Dryfhoutover 6 years ago

    So handsome! Such a powerful expression…

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