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So who can start me off with a powerful dagga boy in bush? Let's see those buffalo...

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Chitabe camp Botswana, July 2012

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Vlad the Impala

From the Kruger Park (between Letaba and Olifants)...

 

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Buffalo sunrise, Masai Mara.(note the large tumour on his neck)

 

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Buffalo bull on the Chobe river

 

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Duelling young male Buffalo pair, Moremi GR.

 

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Battling to the death with some of the Nsefu pride, Sth Luangwa NP.

 

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Cheers

Marc

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We need some more dagga boys adding to this topic. Do you agree that they make great B&W studies?

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Cape buffalo enjoying a sunset bathe in Timbavati

 

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and here's another muddy fellow, also from Timbavati

 

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and a couple more, also from Timbavati

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Oxpecker showing who's boss. Mara July 2013

 

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@@Terry Nothing's showing up in your post, can you try again? If you need a hand, have a look at this topic. Matt

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Early morning in Madikwe Game Reserve, we saw this herd moving through the trees and took a chance on where they were headed. We positioned ourselves on the dam wall and waited for them to break cover.

 

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First attempted image post!

 

Two old males (Kakulis in Zambian speak), looking at peace with each other and the world. Shot Busanga Plains, Zambia, September 2012. If anyone read this, please tell me if you can see it. It's linked from Smugmug - I can see it, but I've had trouble in the past with images showing because they are buffered in my browser.

 

 

EDIT: trying again, linking to a new gallery on safaritalk. Please let me know if it shows.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Dave

 

 

 

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Hello Dave

I cannot see a photo - just some text (If I click on the text it looks as if it is trying to open a photo - but doesn't manage it)

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Thanks, TonyQ. I've tried again, but linked to a gallery I just created on safaritalk

 

Dave

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this fella was chilling in Lake Nakuru NP

 

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Taken in Timbavati reserve, South Africa

 

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Peter Connan

Rietvlei Nature Reserve.

 

We go there for the birds...

 

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This guy was chilling out with the flamingos at Lake Nakuru in 2005

 

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Herd near Third Bridge, Moremi 2011

 

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One very grumpy bachelor buffalo:

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Morkel Erasmus

Love these mean-looking bovids.

 

This one from Kruger National Park - double exposure blend for the sunset.

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