Monomad : Animal Unique Behavior

in Black And White3 months ago

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Hello everyone, good night..

This is my entry for the daily #monomad challenge hosted and curated by @monochromes.

On the occasion of this happy evening we meet again in the Black and White community. As usual, I share some pictures about the activities of people or insects. However, this time I will share some black and white pictures about the Unique Behavior of Animals in Maintaining Their Body Temperature. I accidentally took this photo while traveling on one of the "Kareung Gla" rivers a few days ago, the buffalo's position was a bit far from where I was standing so I had to add a 75-300mm telephoto lens to make the picture clear. All the photos that I share here I took with the Canon EOS M50 Camera with the addition of a 75mm-300mm telephoto lens.

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Camera ModelCamera Canon EOS M50
LensTele 75-300mm
MerkUltrasonic
CategoryBlack & White
SettingManual
ProcessedAdobe Photoshop CC 2022
LocationAceh - Indonesia
Oringinal Picture@mohd.iqbal


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His eyes are very manly. 👍😃

yes, really manly. her gaze is so sharp! like seeing the enemy in front of his eyes hehehe

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