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alansnap 16 577 26 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2008 9:14AM
Calssic buffalo shot Ron. I bet you were gald you weren't on foot with that lot around.

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jdenman 11 19 5 Spain
27 Oct 2008 10:16AM
Great shot, what amazing looking beasts.
exposure Plus
15 6.0k England
27 Oct 2008 10:19AM
Lovely tones and Biffalo detail Ron.
jaktis 16 84 Sweden
27 Oct 2008 10:41AM
Almost frightening capture

Hoffy 15 262 16 England
27 Oct 2008 11:07AM
Fine shot Ron.
SlowSong Plus
11 8.5k 30 England
27 Oct 2008 11:31AM
I would'nt actually feel safe in your position here. I've seen one head butt the side of an enclosure at a zoo and that was scary enough.
27 Oct 2008 11:49AM
Very good nature photography! JNC
lonely_oryx 12 61 55 England
27 Oct 2008 1:14PM
Typical buffalo pose. Well caught
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.7k 2119 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2008 1:51PM
Mutual fascination, a certain distance being respected by both sides. Like this one a lot.
27 Oct 2008 2:21PM
To be treated with great respect at all times Ron, they do look huge.

Ray42 11 3 England
27 Oct 2008 5:56PM

Quote:Typical buffalo pose. Well caught
rangerpaul 12 19 7 England
27 Oct 2008 7:04PM
Scary animals, great capture.
iancam 11 23 England
27 Oct 2008 8:37PM
Great capture
mark1309 13 13 United Kingdom
27 Oct 2008 8:48PM
Definately got their eyes on you, well captured,
pentony 11 3 England
27 Oct 2008 9:25PM
Super shot.

photophantom 11 108 3 Philippines
28 Oct 2008 10:31AM
Stunning shot
IanFlindt 15 740 21 United Kingdom
28 Oct 2008 4:08PM
A fine portrait of some pretty intimidating creatures, Ron. I love the subdued colours, enhancing the arid feel of the scene.
29 Oct 2008 8:35AM
Lovely view of these amazing creatures. We saw 2 herds of about 1000 each converging on each other. We were on the other side of the river and in a jeep. safe
SueTurner 15 81 3 England
29 Oct 2008 1:14PM
these are fascinating creatures would love to be able to have the opportunity to photograph them in the wild
rontear Plus
16 21 8 England
3 Nov 2008 11:06PM
Thanks for all the comments and experiences. Images fulfill aspirations and memories. Ron.

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