Thanks. I was lucky!
See my pic "love in ruaha national park"
I've seen it and I love it!
That pic was taken 20 minutes after the charge of pride of lions on me and my guide (5 shots, fortunately no casualties). The comment of my guide was: 'this is love and death in africa'- very comic with his african accent.
Thanks for the story. That certainly adds a bit of drama to the photo!
That is a beautiful shot, though I suspect it may well be one of the infamous Namibian stuffed zebras, carefully placed for the benefit of tourists. There is an entire herd of these stuffed zebras arranged in stunning full stampede in southeastern Namibia.
If it's one of the infamous Namibian stuffed zebras, it's a high-tech model, equipped with sensors and programed to defecate just as a tourist shaps a picture!
Many thanks for your visit and your generous comments. You have an excellent portfolio that I'll enjoy exploring further.
I am laughing with your humor pictures, this is very funny how the animal look at you at the same moment that goes to the toilet jajajaja
Thanks, Miriam. Lucky timing!!
You cannot be sure what you will get when you click the button on the camera!!
I totaly agree with you! ;)
Much bigger that my springbok!! ;-))
Nice shot marilyn!
Travel greetings from Belgium.
Ag! sis man! Wow! hows that for timing!
More luck (good or bad!) than timing, considering my camera's shutter lag! Thanks for visiting.
Interesting trip through your gallery. I saw a lot of really good photos. Best whishes, Michael
When you have to go, you JUST have to go. Were lucky they dont have camera's..... Cheers Marilyn. Thanks for your visit.
Thank you, Michael and Sea Angel. I'm glad you fund this - and enjoyed it. Marilyn
I have a photo the same as this one only of my horse I owned years ago he did the same thing as I clicked the button , was interested in reading the comments. Cindy.
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Photo taken in Oshikoto, Namibia
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