This ground squirrel was photographed on an afternoon game drive in Etosha. In the heat of the day the squirrels fan out their tails and use them as umbrellas to help shield them from the sun. Etosha means “place of dry water” and it encloses a huge, flat calcrete depression (or pan) of about 5 000km².
ARTIST: Udo Kieslich
LOCATION: Etosha National Park | Namibia
EQUIPMENT: Nikon D800 | 200-400mm f4
EXPOSURE: f4 | 1/6400th | 640 ISO
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