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Yes, it is the jump in luxury and price that concerns me. I quite liked the comfort level when I was there in March 2010. A little worn, but still quite nice, and perfectly comfortable.

 

"The" market being able to bear it is one thing. My personal market bearing it is another. I have no problem with a few overly opulent, over-priced camps strewn about here and there, but I don't think the delta needs any more.

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Shall we try and keep this on topic, ie photographic, as started by Johan, and keep pricing etc to another thread? Am enjoying very much everyone's images, and I don't want to see it deteriorate. Thanks, Matt.

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Okay. Sorry. Back on track.

 

The "Crossing" in March 2010-

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The lighter side of a kill at Duba (not so light if you are the buffalo, I suppose)-

 

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Zaminoz,

 

It's not like you are on a commercial photo shoot.

 

Pangolin,

 

Do you have some close ups of the young lion's face?

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Okay, by exception a second picture today ;)

 

My name is "big ears" and I wonder why.

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Tails up

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What was the outcome of that encounter Johan?

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They didn't caught this one but half an hour later, the females grabbed a young one. Unfortunately for them, the Skimmer male stole their prey.

 

I have seen some intense battles and several times, the buffalo made it even if the odds were against them.

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Zaminoz,

 

It's not like you are on a commercial photo shoot.

 

 

Oh... :huh: I should pay them a commercial rate next time :(

 

B)

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Baboons are always a thankfull subject to photograph

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A young female who despite the odds became a subadult. Have seen a couple of attempts by the Skimmer male, when he took over the pride, to kill her. She also escaped being killed as a cub by the females of the Tsaro pride.

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Ma di Tau with other pride lionesses, Duba Plains, February 2012.

 

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Just a spur-winged goose - photographing birds was a thing I thoroughly enjoyed

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When I look back at pics from Duba, seems like every other one has a spur- winged goose somewhere.

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Another member of the plover family

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Two lionesses scanning the mighty plains

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One of Ma di Tau's three cubs, Duba Plains, Deb 2012

 

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What's a buffalo without some oxpeckers?

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A trio of red-billed oxpeckers ride astride the back of a kudu- DP

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A pink-backef pelican in flight

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