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A different angle

February 18, 2010

While we were on Safari, we were all hoping for pictures of wildlife actually somewhat facing the camera, or a nice profile shot.  That sounds a whole lot easier than it is. It had gotten to the point were one of my safari mates stated: “We will go home with a hard drive full of butt shots and lone trees”.  The “lone tree challenge” was already covered in a previous post, so here is my take on the “rear view” . While I was working on my images, I found some shots that I quite liked, even so the animal was facing in the opposite direction and I thought I would share them with you. I particularly like the first one, since it shows the white markings on the back of the ears, which leopards use for communicating with each other.

These two young elephants walking away from us just were too adorable.

As always, your comments are much appreciated!

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