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Shadows had filled Leidig Meadow in Yosemite Valley on this past Monday (Jan 9) when this bobcat made an appearance. No snow unfortunately. He caught several voles (I guess voles, maybe gophers or something else) while we photographed him. Finally, as the darkness filled the valley he paused for just a second to wind up before a leap towards another vole giving me the time to get the motordrive rocking. This is cropped only a little on the right to balance the space - left to right. No space available to the left. FYI - this is my 31st bobcat in California in the past 12 months ... a surge of voles maybe, or something in the water - who knows.
Nikon D3s body, 500mm f4 lens, ISO 3200, f4 at 1/1000, 0 eV, Bogen tripod, Raw converted in ACR.
Good job keeping it in the frame. You've encountered more bobcats this past year than I've seen in my life.
If you do not mind changing the editorial content with Photoshop, you could clone out the branches then enlarge the canvas. Content Aware Scale could be used to stretch the left side, then content aware fill could be use there also to extend the frame even more.