Zebra Twin

This unique image is photographed by Ben Fouche and is digitally enhanced to reveal the energy and magic of the scene. It looks spectacular when printed on large, stretched canvas. This standard artwork size is approximately 1189mm x 841mm.


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Zebras are undoubtedly the animals that I photograph the most, after birds. One morning, as I was driving through a nature reserve on the border of Gauteng and Limpopo, South Africa, I came across a herd of young zebras. They were huddled closely together, seeking shelter from the brisk breeze that carried a brewing thunderstorm. Amongst them, I noticed two zebras gazing directly at me, their necks intertwined so tightly that they appeared as two entities with one head. This unique sight presented a perfect photography opportunity that I couldn’t resist. The scene unfolded like twins standing in the bush, not far from each other, as the wind wrapped around them, initiating an enchanting dance. The colt’s gaze triggered an eruption of my camera’s shutter, capturing the moment in exquisite detail. Their twisted necks concealed the answer to the question of which zebra was leading the pair. To my amazement, atop their heads, I observed three ears, a mesmerizing image that materialized through the lens of my camera, forever preserving the beauty of that extraordinary encounter.

Gauteng and Limpopo’s border in sight.
Herd of young zebras, seeking shelter tight.
Cool breeze whispers, storm draws near.
Two zebras, one gaze, moment clear.
Necks entwined, united they stand.
Photography’s gift, in my hand.
The colt’s gaze ignites my shutter’s flame.
Twisted necks hide the leader’s name.
Three ears atop, a mesmerizing sight.
My lens reveals their captivating light.

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