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By Kerry Mcqueeney
Updated: 22:12 BST, 9 October 2011
Dramatic however beautiful, these shocking dark what’s more, white pictures portraying a few of the most heavenly animals of Africa are shedding new light on natural life photography.
The superb creatures of the continent’s southern locale are depicted as you’ve never seen them some time recently in aesthetic – what’s more, regularly ill humored – pictures caught by nature picture taker Heinrich van nook Berg.
From meandering ostriches to sleeping baboons, the striking representations appear the animals at their most insinuate what’s more, uncover nature in all its glory.
Spot the predator: Panther fledglings are instructed chasing aptitudes at the Elephant Fields Diversion Hold up in Sabi Sand Wildtuin, next to the Kruger National Stop in South Africa

As you’ve never seen them before: A mother giraffe welcomes her calf with a nose-to-nose snuggle at the Tala Private Diversion Save in the KwaZulu Natal Province, South Africa

Half light: The survival intuition of the ostrich is caught in this testy picture taken at the Weenen Diversion Save in KwaZulu Natal Province
Johannesburg-based Heinrich, 40, voyage over South Africa  – what’s more, to neighboring nations Namibia what’s more, Botswana – to the most awe-inspiring nature spots of the locale in seek of the idealize portraits.
Concentrating on texture, light what’s more, contrast, the dark what’s more, white shed new light on the creature world what’s more, pull at the common human feelings people feel at the point when confronted with animals.

The natural products of Heinrich’s work have presently been included in his photography book – titled Shades of Nature.
In the book, a few of the most staggering pictures incorporate that of a mother giraffe welcoming her calf with a nose-to-nose snuggle at the Tala Private Amusement Save in KwaZulu Natal Province, South Africa.
Wallowing in it: An insinuate representation of a hippopotamus at Sabi Sand Wildtuin. In spite of the fact that the mammoths are aquatic, they can’t swim as well as amphibians
Peekaboo: A red colobus monkey, local to the island of Zanzibar, is one of the most imperiled species of monkey in the world

Giraffes frequently twist down to lick or, on the other hand touch their calves as part of an vital holding custom between mother what’s more, offspring, with the bond in some cases enduring practically two a long time – long after the calf is weaned.

In another picture, panther fledglings are seen learning fundamental chasing abilities at the Elephant Fields Amusement Lodge, in Sabi Sand Wildtuin, which is next to the world-famous Kruger National Park, while an imperiled red colobus monkey – local to Zanzibar – is seen peering with interest into the camera lens.
An picture of an ostrich against the emotional setting of the Weenen Diversion Reserve, in South Africa’s KwaZulu Province, uncovers the strength, survival what’s more, detachment of the creatures.

Ostriches, which are broad in Africa what’s more, are well-adapted for surviving in parched environments, cover immense zones at the point when touching what’s more, pull plants out of the ground or, then again strip them of leaves.
Up close: Thick-tailed scorpions, caught on camera in Swakopmund, Namibia, are so venomous they can slaughter humans

A whale of a time: A humpback whale seen above the surface of the water off the drift of St Lucia, KwaZule Natal Province

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