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 Post subject: Zebra's and Wildebeasts
PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 9:21 am 
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I like this photo at Ngorongoro in Tanzania. Gnoes (Wildebeasts) and Zebra's often join together, so it's nice to see that.

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Hi Hans,

Thanks for sharing. It's on the chilly side here this morning but I'm feeling warmer already. 8)

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cool shot, Hans. Looks like a big old desert to me...you captured the vastness here, in this shot...NOW I see for sure, how come lions are the color they are, and cheetas are the color they are...stealth cruising for dinner, you would never see them in this tall dry grass...

eggggsellent work....



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PostPosted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 6:43 pm 
I must say that is quite the interesting capture you got yourself there. Its not something that you see every day!

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Thanks Patti and Alex. It's something we stumbled upon. Great to be there at that moment. Our guides were surprised that we always wanted to see more, but I think it's not so strange. It was just amazing!

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