Mothers Gruesome Love

Ever see something you once saw and seesaw between if what you see is new or if you really knew what you saw?

Someone shared this picture, I read it and was all Oh noooo! Awwwwwww

the bored mind. rantatonne.png

Then i read the real story and was all Oh! and a bit of aww

MOTHERS
THE REAL STORY
“I witnessed this cheetah kill in September 2013 in the Maasai Mara, Kenya. Narasha, the cheetah mom, was teaching her youngsters how to kill prey. However they were a bit slow on the uptake and they instead were playing with the hapless impala prey instead of killing it. Narasha, the cheetah mom is the one that is grabbing the impala by the neck in all the photos. The youngsters practice some skills like pouncing and tripping which they get right, but they cannot seem to be able to get how to strangle the impala effectively.

What is out of the ordinary in this sequence of photos is how calm the impala is throughout its ordeal. It is probably in shock and thus paralysed with fear. It is disturbing how it seems to be posing in some photos, especially in the 6th one as if determined to stay beautiful and proud until it’s very end. The defiance in its eyes are in stark contrast with its lack of interest in self-preservation. This allowed me to get unique pictures of a kill that are seemingly choreographed in their grace. I wanted the viewer to sympathise with the impala, and at the same time witness with me the disturbing nature of this unusual kill.

In the end, after what seemed like an interminable eternity (but it was just a few minutes), the cheetah mom put the impala out of it’s misery, and the cats got to enjoy a nice meal.”

Anyway awesome how the same things can happen for different reasons. In Read what you Read I discussed how the same word can be read in different ways even unintentionally. Keep a lookout for times where you may intentionally being led astray.

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