About the Author

Adam Bannister

Guest contributor

Ranger at Londolozi Game Reserve

View Adam's profile

10 Comments

on Impala lambing season is upon us

Join the conversationJoin the conversation

SOUVENIR
Member
Guest

beautiful 。。。

Shirley
Member
Guest

It is so beautiful out there and those impala’s look so healthy, thank you very much for those wonderful pictures, I really enjoyed it.

Jen Westphal
Member
Guest

Adam, you are quite “cheeky” with Dave – loved it! And you are correct, there is nothing like lighting and vistas provided by the late afternoon sunsets in Africa….sigh…..

Now off to read about you all in “O” Magazine!

Best to all,
Jen

louise Taback
Member
Guest

They are so Awesome!!!! Thanks for sharing the photos with us!!!!

Ellen Gilman
Member
Guest

We just left on Nov. 5th and we did see a newborn impala while we were out with Daniel on Nov. 4th and got a picture of it. Maybe he forgot about that but he was very excited. Will have to sift through the thousands of pictures we took to find it!
As my husband Steve says, that late afternoon time near sunset is the “magic hour”. To me, all the hours there were magic!

Joan Borinstein
Member
Guest

Please keep us posted on the newborns!

jimmy
Member
Guest

mind if i ask the settings used to take the photo named open-areas-and-buff-at-sunset ?
As always, I love it!
Thanks!

Adam Bannister
Guest contributor

Canon 7D
15 – 85 mm Canon lens
held with Bean bag
ISO 160
f: 16
Speed: 1/40
Focal length: 15 mm
Exp: -0,67
shot on RAW

jimmy
Member
Guest

thank you! i am a recent photography learning junkie since our trip to londolozi earlier this year.

Connect with Londolozi

Follow Us

Sign up for our Newsletters

One moment...
Anonymous
Be the first to this photo
You and 1 others this photo
q

Filed under
Anonymous
10 April, 2798
+
Add Profile