The Huntress

Owed To Nature

Boston, United States

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We first spotted her hiding behind a rocky outcrop, eying a nearby herd of zebra. She slowly stalked through tall grass toward them as the midday sun relentlessly heated the savanna. The zebra’s grazing moved them ever further away and she couldn’t bridge the gap before the heat got to her. So instead of a hot lunch, she opted for the enticing shade of a small tree.

This day would belong to the zebra. But she could live with that. Day is always followed by night. And the night belongs to the Huntress.


Lion, Panthera leo, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
Shot handheld:
Canon EOS 300D (the original Digital Rebel) with Canon EF75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 IS USM lens
Focal length 300mm, Exposure 1/400 sec at f/7.1, ISO 800


Featured by the groups
Shameless Self-Promotion August 5 2011
Wild Cats In Their Environment August 6 2011
The World As We See It Or as we missed it August 25 2013
For The Love Of Cats June 5 2016


Top Ten Challenge Winner
Eye Contact In The Eyes of a King February 2013
The World As We See It Or as we missed it In the Shade of a Tree September 2013



Artwork Comments

  • Charmiene Maxwell-Batten
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  • shanghaiwu
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