On the iconic rock in Yala National Park, two mature male Leopards, father and son, congregate. Koti Gala is a rocky peak. Male leopards usually do not mix or live together, yet this unifying relationship allows them to share territory. Also visible is the son's humble posture in the presence of his father. It stressed authority and respect.
When we headed towards the gate to end the safari one evening, this scene struck my attention. I shot using a Nikon D850 and a 500mm PF f5.6 lens. As the light deteriorated, we had little time to take memorable images.[the_ad id="61677"]