Need a picture of a leopard

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by jriegle, Oct 5, 2003.

  1. jriegle

    jriegle Guest

    Fellow r.p.e.35mm contributors,

    I'm working on updating my "Big Cats Connection" Website. I don't have a
    single picture of a common African leopard in my library. They are not
    common in zoos anymore. There are none in the 8 zoos I have visited. What I
    need is free use of a 640x480 (or similar) sized image for my gallery

    I would acknowledge the owner of the photo on my site.

    Thanks, John

    P.S. If you also have a photo of the rare Amur leopard would be great.
    jriegle, Oct 5, 2003
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    Charlie D Guest

    I guess you've tried here and they're not large enough or the copyright
    is a problem.
    Charlie D, Oct 5, 2003
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  3. jriegle

    Bandicoot Guest

    There's one on my home page, captive bred Pardus africanus at a breeding
    project. I have some others of her too.

    Take a look, if you like it you can get in touch (there is a link on the
    site) and we can discuss either a bigger version of that or I can give you
    some others to look at. I am better at taking pictures than scanning them,
    I have to warn you!

    No Amur, but I probably have some Clouded, Snow, and Persians.

    Bandicoot, Oct 5, 2003
  4. jriegle

    Bandicoot Guest

    Oops! just ocurred to me to take a look at my own home page to check and I
    see that the picture on there is of a Persian leopard cub, not the African.

    I've just put two pictures of a female African leopard at:

    As ever, lousy scans....

    Let me know if you'd be interested in me seeing what else you have, and
    maybe doing a better job of scanning (ahem.)

    Bandicoot, Oct 5, 2003
  5. taken at Santago perchance ?
    Tony Parkinson, Oct 5, 2003
  6. jriegle

    Bandicoot Guest

    Yes, that's Sheena. Peter there is a nice guy.

    Peter (also a nice guy, obviously.)
    Bandicoot, Oct 6, 2003
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