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I know good photographers must be patient ... but you must have had to stand there a REALLY, REALLY LOOOOOOOONG time waiting for that tree to grow around that sign!!! :) L&F

Very, very beautiful photo!!! Like-9!

Great capture!!!!

you also like Leaning Tower of Pisa? L7 I did not know

Magnifica. Un like.

There is a region moreover in Arabia, situated nearly over against the city of Buto, to which place I came to inquire about the winged serpents: and when I came thither I saw bones of serpents and spines in quantity so great that it is impossible to make report of the number, and there were heaps of spines, some heaps large and others less large and others smaller still than these, and these heaps were many in number. The region in which the spines are scattered upon the ground is of the nature of an entrance from a narrow mountain pass to a great plain, which plain adjoins the plain of Egypt; and the story goes that at the beginning of spring winged serpents from Arabia fly towards Egypt, and the birds called ibises meet them at the entrance of this country and do not suffer the serpents to go by but kill them. On account of this deed it is (say the Arabians) that the ibis has come to be greatly honored by the Egyptians, and the Egyptians also agree that it is for this reason that they honor these birds.

Is this the only game you saw while on safari Kev? When I think of wedding photography I naturally consider the kind that the other bloke is doing, this works even better and I'm sure it's more fun to boot!

Not sure how I missed this (and your other recent posts) until now. My only recommendation is that you post a larger image so I can see all the goodies in better detail! Well done my friend!



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