Erin Clark

Camera: Canon EOS R

Lens: RF100-500mm F4.5-7.1 L IS USM

Aperture: f16

Shutter speed: 1/320

ISO: 400

Description: The four brothers were walking casually to the next field where a topi stood in the middle all alone.

Story from behind the lens: The four brothers were up high on a termite hill surveying all the lands around them - they spotted a lone topi standing in a field, where the grass was flat, a kilometer or so away - they casually stood up and began walking toward the field - one following the other - they ducked into the long grass field that was before the flat field and blended into the golden grasses where they split apart in different directions. We didn't see them again until they had slipped all the way around the topi, behind the seemingly unsuspecting antelope. I say seemingly, because it became clear that lone male was in the middle of the field with a full 360 degree view of the predators. The brothers chased to no avail that day.