Wild Dog Portrait

On a trip to S Africa this past July, I had the opportunity to photograph a pack of wild dogs. In this instance, one of the dogs climbed a termite mound to look for prey which also gave me an eye level view of the dog. This view, with a clean background shows those long legs and a body type which allows the dogs to attain great speeds and provides endurance. On this particular hunt, the dogs began their hunt at 06:00 and made a kill at 13:00, 25 km from their den. Richard

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Lower POV is making dog stand out against the blue sky.
It may be possible to extract some more details from the blacks.