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Who will start the ball rolling with an African image - the subject of which begins with K?

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Kilimanjaro, the caldera of which is seen in the sunrise. Taken with my old Nikon FM2n back in 2005 after a grueling night ascent.

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Kraal, a Maasai house built by the women and surrounded by an Acacia thorn hedge. (Taken in Longido, Canon digital zoom compact).

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Kongoni, Joyful leaping, Masai Mara Reserve, 2011

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Kilimanjaro

 

Amboseli NP Oct 2007

 

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Although already posted in the sunset/sunrise section, I'll add another of Kilimanjaro - seen from Meru (2005):

 

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Kookaburra ( Aussie Hyena)

Canon 7d + 500mm f4 + 1.4TC

 

 

 

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K for King Parrot

canon 7D + 500mm f4 + 1.4 TC

 

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Just a quick reminder, this is Africa in Images: A - Z ;) Nice shots though... Can you upload these to world wide birding ID photos? Thanks, Matt.

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