Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, Day to Night™, 2015
I went to Tanzania specifically during the migration to create a Day to Night with animals instead of people. The biggest challenge was capturing the changing of time with the animals. In capturing the varied species of the Serengeti, I knew I would be relying more heavily than I like to on luck. I scouted for 2 weeks and I found a watering hole that I felt would be the best location for the photograph. I worked with my assistants hidden in a crocodile blind 18 feet above the ground for 30 consecutive hours, capturing these incredible species coming together to share this one sacred resource- water.

Stephen Wilkes

Print Size: 2427x1450 mm
Frame Size: 2613x1636 mm
Paper Type: Canson® Infinity Baryta Prestige 340gsm
Frame Colour: White
Exhibit: POS SW 104 02

 

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Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, Day to Night™, 2015
حديقة سيرينجيتي الوطنية، تنزانيا، من النهار إلى الليل، 2015
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I went to Tanzania specifically during the migration to create a Day to Night with animals instead of people. The biggest challenge was capturing the changing of time with the animals. In capturing the varied species of the Serengeti, I knew I would be relying more heavily than I like to on luck. I scouted for 2 weeks and I found a watering hole that I felt would be the best location for the photograph. I worked with my assistants hidden in a crocodile blind 18 feet above the ground for 30 consecutive hours, capturing these incredible species coming together to share this one sacred resource- water.

ذهبتُ إلى تنزانيا خصيصاً خلال موسم الهجرة لأصوّر مفهوم من النهار إلى الليل مع الحيوانات بدلاً من الأشخاص. وقد كان يكمن أكبر تحدٍّ لي في تصوير عنصر تغيّر الوقت في مجتمع الحيوانات. وأدركت عند تصوير الفصائل المختلفة الموجودة في سيرينجيتي أنّني بحاجة للحظ. رحتُ أستكشف الموقع لمدة أسبوعين حتى وجدتُ حفرة تستقي منها الحيوانات مياه الشرب. فشعرت أنّها أفضل مكان للتصوير. اختبأت مع فريقي في مخبأ من جلد التمساح على ارتفاع 18 قدماً فوق الأرض لمدة 30 ساعة متواصلة من أجل التقاط صور لهذه الحيوانات المذهلة وهي تجتمع لتتشارك مصدر المياه هذا.





Photographer:
Stephen Wilkes
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Print Size: 2427x1450 mm

Frame Size: 2613x1636 mm

Exhibit: POS SW 104 02

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Printed on Epson SC P20000 with a PrecisionCore™ Micro TFP Printhead