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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 2:00 pm 
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I'm guessing it didn't get away. Nice shots though, I want to visit Africa someday. I think I like the first series of photos better though. I think I like them because you don't know whether or not the croc will catch the wildebeest.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:35 pm 
Cool!, Poor little things being bitten by the Crocs


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I tend to agree Shagrath. With the others (pics) there is the unknown element of did they or didnt they get caught and the near misses are probably my favourites.
One lasting impression from the trip is the feeling of life or death struggle going on ALL the time. Amazing place, cant wait to go back :)

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You should post some more shots. I'd really love to go to a photography trip in Africa someday. Where did you go exactly?

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We went to the Masai Mara in Kenya. It is a protected reserve and well documented for its wildlife. The camp we stayed in was called Rekero, which is very professionaly run and the Masai guides are first class. I have over 2000 shots taken over the 7 days and have managed to edit that down to 200ish which will form our Safari Album. I will post a few select shots from the collection.

Thanks for asking Shagrath

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Ouch! That's gota hurt. Great stuff.


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