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    Posted: 25 May 2023 at 19:04
Yes, another Etosha thread. We didn't stay here lang only 3 nights in the main camps at the east south side of the pan. As we visited Etosha before 15 years ago it was a nice trip to memory lane.

1 Etosha Pan


2 Etosha is well known for their waterholes


3 Pale chanting goshawk


4 Black faced impala


5 Covered


6 Zebra in Etosha


7 Greater kestrel


8 Red hartebeest


9 Following


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And another nice set Peter
The color of the beak and legs of the Pale chanting goshawk are remarkable.
And I like the dark versions of the Impala and the hartebeast
The ostriches certainly have it covered
Good addition to the series. How long were your there (in total)
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Nice series, with #2 being my favourite! TFS
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Thanks!
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Superb set! My favorites are #1,#2, #5 (funny!) and #7.

TFS, Peter!
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Loved the ZeBra, KoBra
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#! Stunning in simplicity and interest and composition.
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Beautiful images, each and every one. The wildlife shots and those animal portraits in particular. A pleasure to see.
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Originally posted by Jozioau Jozioau wrote:

Beautiful images, each and every one. The wildlife shots and those animal portraits in particular. A pleasure to see.
Thanks for posting.

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Great Images. TFS.
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Thank you all!
Originally posted by Coast Coast wrote:

Loved the ZeBra, KoBra
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Next some more, all shot with A9 and Sony 100-400
10 Etosha is well known for their black rhino population and we were thrilled to see them as we hardly ever have seen them before.


11 Red hartebeest taking a stroll


12 Ostrich too


13 Lilac breasted roller


14 Only lion we saw. Not as to be espected early in the morning or evening but around 13 o'clock.


15 Support


16 We drove the Damara Dik-Dik drive and that is what this is, a very tiny antilope, the Damara Dik-Dik. About 40 cm high.


17


18 Klein Namutoni waterhole at sunset


19 Out of sync
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Lovely to see.
The two zebras in a tight symmetrical pose, and the giraffes at the waterhole are really special.
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Thanks Joe.
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Just had a closer look at the inter-twined zebras and saw there's actually a third one almost hidden behind, with just its legs, a bit of rump and a tail showing. Never mind, just adds to the interest factor.
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