Years ago, when we worked with real rolls of film and Cokin filters, and when there was no quick review of an image on the back of your camera, I made this picture. I had traveled to Kruger Park in South Africa for my first of what became a few, safari experiences. I can’t start to explain the magic and the thrill of being amongst wildlife in its own environment, free of cages. I wasn’t sure what to expect when the early morning light revealed a layer of mist. But between some bushes, still and quiet stood this one zebra. Honestly, I wasn’t sure what I was doing. I just shot as quickly as I could, trying different things and hoping the zebra wouldn’t move. This is still one of my favourite pictures I’ve taken. Nature doing what nature does, even if it doesn’t seem like a lot at first.