Light is essential to good photography – it can make or break an image. Something I’ve
learnt over the years is that while light is essential, it can still be a photographers foe as
well as friend. Shoot at the wrong time of the day and the light will indeed work against
you; mid-day light is incredibly harsh and this is mostly avoided. This image was shot one
morning early last year – the light was clean and crisp, complementing the beautiful
pattern of the zebra to great effect. Although I’ve many Zebra works, this still remains one
of my favourites.