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Thanks @PamWNorth

Essex UK

Some great photos @coolonspa.

North Northumberland

Fossil wrote:

Some great pictures

Thanks Alan.

Fossil wrote:

You make a good stand in whilst GDB1 is away.

That’s quite a compliment…..I’ll take that

Essex UK

@Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

If only we humans could get on so well together!

Oh so true Gill, so true

Essex UK

If only we humans could get on so well together!

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Some great pictures @coolonespa You make a good stand in whilst GDB1 is away.

London

@Barrowman wrote:

Some great photos there Steve – well done….

Thanks David.

One of the enlightening aspects of the safari at Mziki was to see first hand the symbiosis between certain species. Birds particularly of one type or another were clinging to an animal helping clear them of tics or other pest:

and it wasn’t until I looked at the photos later that I spotted this clinging on underneath doing a clean up:

Essex UK

pink wrote:

#817
what a shame gdb1 has ceased posting ~ his photos really were spectacular. actually i assume they continue to be ~ just no longer available to members of this “forum”.

GDB! is on a safari at the moment @pink

coolonespa wrote:

Whilst other animals spot amazing camouflage, I’ve always thought Zebra are strangely out of place with their sharply defined black and white stripes against a backdrop of greens and browns.

A young zebra suckled on its mother:

Some great photos there Steve – well done….

Bedford

what a shame gdb1 has ceased posting ~ his photos really were spectacular. actually i assume they continue to be ~ just no longer available to members of this “forum”.

London

@Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

I thought you meant me there, for a moment, Steve!

Whilst other animals spot amazing camouflage, I’ve always thought Zebra are strangely out of place with their sharply defined black and white stripes against a backdrop of greens and browns.

A young zebra suckled on its mother:

whilst plenty of the herd kept a wary eye on us when we were close by:

Essex UK
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