One August evening, in front of the Ngulia Safari Lodge, in the Tsavo West National Park, Kenya, I admired this leopard eat meat from a bone left by the lodge employees. Watching him tear the booty with the strength of his fangs and his claws totally hypnotized me, leaving me at the mercy of that vision for almost an hour. And when, disturbed by the noise of one of the "spectators", he turned a fulminant look at him, distracted for a moment from the lavish meal, I managed to steal this shot.
AUTHOR: Carmelo Stagnetta ITALY
I have been photographer since the age of 5, mainly for historical reasons: I always liked to remember the moments that marked my life, imprinting them on the sheets of my memory.
Since I was still a child, I was consuming, over and over, the polaroid cartridges that my aunt, an employee of an insurance agency, used to photograph incidents of car crashes.
Today I photograph mainly because the world, as it is, deserves to be remembered.
Once again, history is witnessing me.