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    Nice series! I like the zebra shot the best for composition.

    For your rhino shot, did you get any horizontal pictures, showing his entire body?
     
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    very nice set! Love the rhino!
     
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    Thanks.

    @Black sheep: I think I did but for some reason I didn't think they were as good when I was sorting through them.

    I'll Post some more soon.
     
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    Nice set. Love the colors in #1.
     
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    Nice set, is that a halo around #3 though?
     
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    It may be a slight halo as I darkened the BG slightly but it looks kinda weird on the original aswell.
     
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    Wonderful photos. They leave me with such a sense of longing to go. Can't wait for the kids to be old enough to make the trip. Thanks for posting these.
     
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    Nice!
    ha I really like the Secretary bird (#8), love the head feathers!

    And the elephant shot is gorgeous. That must have been a fantastic trip :)
     
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    Just a great series. Sure looks like you had a super trip. I'm lucky if I can find the time to get to one of the beaches around here. Personal favorites are #4 the zebra shot, and #12 the Hyena shot. Both are just super compositions, and perfectly exposed viewed on my screen.
     
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    Wonderful series of shots - really great to see them and looks like you had a fantastic trip to see so much.


    Also a question - on the lions - are those adolescent cats or what because they appear to have what I'd consider jaguar markings on them - halfbreeds? I know that cubs have different markings to the adults though I can't recall ever seeing such a strong marking on a larger, more adult lion before.
     

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