LA FOTO 

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L’immagine è stata scattata nel parco del Serengeti, in Tanzania. Normalmente, durante le loro migrazioni, gli gnu attraversano il fiume Mara nei punti meno insidiosi, ma in questo caso un gruppo di animali, rimasto isolato dal resto del branco, ha scelto un passaggio decisamente ripido e pericoloso!
The image was taken in the Northern Serengeti at the Tanzanian side of the Mara river. It was at a spot where the wildebeest normally do not cross  as it is too steep but a small group that had already been at the other side of the river and crossed back towards the big group. The big group got excited and started to cross in the other direction. This wildebeest did not wait for its turn and just jumped on top of the others.

L’AUTORE 

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Avvocato di professione, fotografo per passione. Ama l’Africa e la fotografia alla luce naturale, con una preferenza per il bianconero. Ma ama anche sperimentare nuove tecniche, soprattutto con l’infrarosso. Ha ottenuto numerosi premi in vari concorsi fotografici internazionali.

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A lawyer by profession, but photographer at heart.  I have as a passion for Africa  both in my professional career and in my photography. My aim is to document the mood and capture the emotion of a situation I encounter along the road. I always work with natural light even if it means pushing the ISO limits of my camera. I have a preference for monochrome photography but also experiment with false color infrared.  I love wildlife but also street photography.  Several of my images have been published and awarded (including National Geographic photo contest and Travel Photographer of the Year).

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