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    Lifetime Member Andre Pretorius's Avatar
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    Default The Baby Mouse Shake..

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    Images captured in Kruger during Midday heat.

    They found this new water in an old hole after a recent downpour; the small family unit (the groups are small during dry/hard times) had a great time to cool off in the mud and rid themselves of ectoparasites.

    The Baby Mouse was shaking, Rocking and Rolling for us...
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    Very lovely sequence, a great nature study.

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    Hi Andre a funny sequence of this behavior , you did very well with the tones and colors under the given harsh light

    Very nice my Buthi .... lovely processed and sharpness is about to be JUST RIGHT !!!!!

    Cheers Andreas

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    Love Baby Mouse, needless to say we did not get in his way:)

    Thank you so much dearest Andre for your contribution - I really appreciate it. Love image no 3, ears flapping and all! This little ellie looks as if he is about to take off...

    We do have some fun memories from this Kruger Park trip. Sadly, it was probably the last time we visited this amazing place. While the presence of animals delighted us (we were endlessly entertained by the antiques of ellies and baboons), the behaviour of some park visitors (yes, humans) was hard to put up with.

    I take this opportunity to thank you for your patience, your road manners, for keeping us safe, for your love and respect for the environment - I cannot imagine a better companion and I am ever so grateful for all you taught me during our travels
    Gabriela Plesea

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    That third image is simply hysterical. Love the sequence.
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