Moon from the moon… Yeah, it might be hard to believe that this is natural rock scenery, but it really is! So called “hoodoo” formations are tall rocks eroded by the nature during a long periods of time. These are of the volcanic origin and we found them near Kuklica in the Macedonia 🇲🇰, during our last television shooting trip with @petr_horky_polarnik As these “concrete-like statues” look like a big models of the people, there are really amazing legends about them - those on the shot are so called guests on the petrified wedding. The only thing on this picture, which you might consider to be less natural little bit, is the moon. Yeap, the moon was exactly on this position and in this stage, but I shot it separately with my Nikon 300mm f/4E PF ED VR AF-S (thx @fotoskodacz ), as I wanted to keep it bigger on the shot. The rocks were shot handheld directly from the ground with my Nikon 20mm f/1,8G ED, so the moon was pretty small on the original wide angle shot... Is this cheating, or is it a regular artistic approach? What do you think? #nikonambassador@nikon_cz_sk#kuklica#macedonia#kuklicakratovo#stonedolls#mirrorlessreinvented#capturetomorrow#nikonmirrorless#nikonexperience#nikonz7
In the blearing hot sun, these cheetahs are thinking of food.
The Five Brothers root from different prides, however they're known to hunt together. A fascinating concept, if not uncommon amongst the big cats from what I'd heard!