Aug 16, 2012
Recently, wildlife photographer Paul Mckenzie captured the migration of a herd of Wildebeests from a unique perspective β the ground beneath their feet.
To accomplish this, he had to first deduce the path of their stampede through Kenyaβs Masai Mara national reserve. Then he had to set up his gear β a plastic “rock” with a remotely operated camera inside it β and leave before the animals arrived. Finally, he had to wait patiently for the stampede and then snap as many photos as he could during the few seconds it took the animals to pass over his camera.
In addition to photographing the wildebeests, Mckenzie also caught the undersides of some zebras who were traveling through at the same time…
(via The Sun)
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