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chase Plus
13 1.1k 247 England
17 Dec 2006 1:23PM
That's some sight to see,very well captured & I hope none of that dust made it's way inside your camera.

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kaybee 15 6.5k 26 Scotland
17 Dec 2006 1:39PM
I love the way they are getting softer and softer as they run of into the distance
robertb 13 Canada
17 Dec 2006 1:40PM
Great photo! - I like the way it starts sharp and fades into the distance.
conrad 14 10.9k 116
17 Dec 2006 1:51PM
Excellent shot - gives me a good idea of what it must have been like to have been there.

clevercloggs 15 237 2 United Arab Emirates
17 Dec 2006 1:57PM
nice to see how the colours fade and the zebras become paler and paler.
tenerifejohn 13 126 England
17 Dec 2006 2:12PM
super shot.
proberts 15 218 4 Wales
17 Dec 2006 5:02PM
Hi Rich.Good to see your back on.
Well,did you enjoy it ? If your like me,i bet you cant wait to get out there again.Hows the gang over in Epacha especially the mental cook ?
pcjackso Junior Member 14 7
17 Dec 2006 8:32PM
What a wonderful shot.a very lucky you to win such a trip.
richshep 17 11 United Kingdom
17 Dec 2006 10:29PM
Hi Andrew Yes we did enjoy it thanks although I think we should have gone later in the year. Didn't see any big cats apart from lions a mile away! It was very quiet at Epacha - sometimes we were the only ones dining - and I never saw the mental cook. We only made friends with Epson the waiter and Mateo the Italian guide. To be honest I could think many better ways of spending that kind of money on a holiday and I wouldn't go back to Epacha - which felt like a (luxury) open prison to me - under my own funding at 450 a night!
22 Mar 2007 11:54PM
absolutely stunning .. click 30

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