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In black and white. Sarajeo zoo.

It is still dry season and the veld and Zebras almost created a B&W image.

 

Dikhololo

Brits

South Africa

Masaai Mara National Reserve

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mit freundl. Genehmigung des Tierparks Hagenbeck

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Zebra battles are common on the plains of Africa. A determined stallion has to prove he has the right stuff, before he can mate with a female. He may need to fight.

(Kruger National Park, RSA)

 

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Have a great weekend.

 

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I'm impressed that the Canon 200-400 with the 1.4x picked up the whiskers and eye lashes on this zebra's face so clearly.

 

Amboseli, Kenya.

 

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Okavango Delta, Botswana

 

All rights reserved. © Thomas Retterath 2014

Wild South Africa

Kruger National Park

 

Full frame (not cropped)

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Kruger National Park, South Africa

Tierpark Hellabrunn

Okavango Delta, Botswana

Saarbrücken, Germany, 2018.

 

There’s more on www.chm-photography.com.

Uploaded for 7DWF: Sunday - Fauna

 

Dikhololo

Brits

South Africa

Tenderness and beauty are to describe. You melt when you see it, and then you know.

Taken in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania.

 

Many thanks for your visit and comments. They are very much appreciated.

Etosha National Park

Namibia

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Zebra are very social animals. Not just the stalions fight, but their fights are much more prolonged and violent. Sometimes the fights last twenty minutes or so. Sometimes less than a minute or two. When they aren't fighting, they are often using each other's back as a resting place. There's always a lot of social interaction, both physical and verbal. I can hear their heehaw as I write this.

Camara /Camera: Nikon D80

Objetivo / Lense: Sigma 105mm f2,8 macro

Lighting: Nikon SB900 strobist light

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More inter-action photos to follow in the days to come.

 

Dikhololo

Brits

South Africa

A zebra walked past me while on foot in Hoedspruit, South Africa. Too close to capture the whole animal.

Unicorns excited to meet the zebras.

The zebras could care less.

 

.Created for Kreative People for Treat This #75

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Thanks to Lemon~art for this great source

www.flickr.com/photos/lemonart/17045216436

 

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Zebras are my own

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A two month old zebra foal stays close to his mother for safety.

 

Fohlen im Duisburger Zoo

 

Foal in Duisburg

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