The Arabian Oryx was once almost completely gone from the wild. Reintroduction programs in the deserts of Oman, Saudi Arabia and Jordania saved this species from extinction. In Oman, the recent exploitation of oil and gas once more brings an insecure future for them. Fog – only occuring a few days a year – is the basis of the Oryx’ existence in the bone dry deserts of central Oman.

Image Details

Location:  Oman
Date: Jan/2010
Light: Dawn
Camera: Canon 40D
Lens: Canon 300/4 LIS + 1,4X
Focal Length: 420mm
Exposure: 1/2000 Seconds
Aperture: 5,6
ISO:200
B&W

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