This breathtaking video shows a fascinating mirrored image of free-roaming impalas gathering at a watering hole.
Last month, Barbara Jensen Vorster, 57, a tourist from Johannesburg, South Africa, was heading to Indlovu River Lodge when a herd of impalas charged the adjacent drinking hole.
The photographer was able to catch and film the reflection in the water, resulting in a spectacular mirrored image.
Barbara, a marketing and communication professional, said “I enjoy looking at the reflection in the water and how they know we’re in the hide.”
“I don’t usually take pictures or videos of impalas since they’re so common in the bush.
“The impalas suddenly showed up, and after a few minutes of taking still photos, I decided to film some video as well.”