One of my many shortcomings as a photographer is that, when shooting animals, I tend to shoot portraits. Usually fairly tight shots without much context. So, on a trip to Tanzania and Kenya last month I decided to play a bit with "animalscapes" -- shots where the animal is an element of a landscape. IMHO the results are mixed, but I thought I'd post a few and see what comments I get. Which do you like if any? Hate if any? Suggestions? This one is actually flipped left/right. I tend to look at these like I read, from left to right and leaving the lion over at the right bothered me enough to make me do the flip. This last one is really not in the same category as the others IMO, but I thought I'd included it anyway. These are a few of the two million wildebeest migrating north from Tanzania into Kenya, following the rains. The views were amazing. Almost everywhere we looked there were these lines of moving animals -- on the horizon they looked like marching ants.