Two perfectly aligned adult guanacos caught my eye in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park. The animals are always very attentive and constantly watching out for pumas I guess. Since I really love capturing animals as silhouettes, I knew this might be a good chance for a lovely image. I decided to close the aperture pretty much to f20 to get the distant animal also rather sharp but still blurred enough to let the viewer know, that these are two adult animals in different distances and not a mother with her fawn. And I’m just still very delighted about how perfectly the shape of the distant guanacos fits into the shape of the legs and belly of the closer one.

Image Details

Location: Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile
Date: December, 3rd 2016
Light: Overcast
Camera: Canon EOS 7DII
Lens: Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 DG OS HSM Sports + Sigma TC 1401
Focal Length: 420mm
Exposure: 1/500sec
Aperture: f20
ISO: 200
Filter: –

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