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September 27, 2009

Seeing Stripes

Camera Critters

These are both older photos taken during our overland trip through Africa. They’re scanned, hence the black around the edge of the photos.

Zebra

Zebra and Wildebeest in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

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Zebra, Zimbabwe.

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12 Comments

  1. standpoint

    wow that’s a lot of wildebeest, zebras and white tall birds at far. great captured of beautiful animals. :razz:

    my entry: http://www.myspnv.com/

  2. Susan Helene Gottfried

    *sigh*

    I SO want to go to Africa one day.

  3. joy

    Wonderful photos! What a great experience that must have been!

  4. Helen Hardt

    Oh, gorgeous! Zebras are such beautiful animals, aren’t they?

    Shelley, have you thought about writing a zebra shifter? :grin:

  5. Shelley Munro

    Susan – It’s certainly one of our enduring memories. We’d love to go back one day because we didn’t get to South Africa.

  6. Shelley Munro

    Joy – it was a wonderful trip.

  7. Shelley Munro

    LOL – Helen. Now only a writer would think of that. As much as I like zebras I’m not sure they’d work as an alpha hero. I just can’t see them barking out orders when they’re busy trying to avoid being dinner for some hungry lion or leopard. :lol:

  8. Lucinda

    Oh wow! They ARE beautiful.

  9. Mary

    I love the pictures. They came out really good.

  10. Julia Smith

    Amazing. The animals, and your photos of them.

  11. Shelley Munro

    I’ve always liked zebras and it was exciting seeing them in the wild. Their call always makes me smile because I always expect a horselike sound rather than the high-pitched noise they make.

  12. Linda Henderson

    I love zebras, they are so beautiful.

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