In Kasanka National Park the largest mammal migration in the world occurs every November as approximately 10 million bats move from the Congo to Zambia. At dusk, they come out of the roost and the sky slowly fills up with more and more fruit bats. This shot was taken at dusk after the sun had just set and my lens was struggling to get a sharp photo. I boosted contrast in post processing.
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Antipodean (1658) 2012-11-25 8:55
Kia ora Robert,
Great photo. Really the sharpness is just right for this photo as it also conveys the sense of movement which is what this picture is all about. Cheers, Neil
CLODO (33992) 2012-11-27 0:03
really amazing nature post, wel realized because some parts are sharp and other blurred, giving the snese of vibrant motion.