Wow - amazing! I'm guessing it's a painting?
i have no idea, but your photo is simply exquisite!i'm so impressed!happy weekend!
I think a water buffalo but am by no means an expert. Great photo!
@Ladyfi, not it isn't a painting, it was one of the many Taxidermy (sorry not sure what you call the animals that was processed by taxidermy) animal displays at Cabela's.
I'm guessing a water buffalo. The photo includes some nice shadows.
Great shot! Looks like he's coming right at you.
An amazing display of the water buffalo! And the scenic background gives a feel of its environment! Gorgeous!
He would be a bit scary up close! :)Nice shot!
hahaha...i was wondering wats the serene bit when i saw the thumbnail. now tat its a model work...a raging animal can easily qualify as serene in the case :)interesting take and well shot!and thank you for contributing to Saturday Sareenity.
Beautifully composed shot!
Great photography.Regards and best wishes
Cabela's does have some neat looking critters. It does look like the water buffalo I saw in Costa Rica. Great shot!
Hi Rohit, sorry for the confusion on my foto. Yes, the animal is not live so the background is my represntation of serenity hehehe.
Whichever it is, I would keep my distance.
This is a fantastic shot with great textures and tones.
It is a painting, but is so real.
Hi Costin, it is not a painting but a real display at the store. Well the wall is painted of course but the animal isn't part of the painting.
Hello Systah!Carabao sa atoa... Yahooo!!!What you meant "a real display?". Was the carabao real in the store. Ano ba yan? Gulo mo talaga? Pati, utak ko, pina-ikot mo?Hope you all had a great w/end and a blessed week to come.Hugs,/chie
Ahak, sorry sistah Chie nagulo utak mo hahaha. I meant that the carabao is not part of the painting but a taxidermy finish product lol.
It's a cape buffalo, They're native to eastern and southern Africa.
Thanks for leaving your thoughts!