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Waterbuck Pair.

By rontear  
Visited a waterhole at the Saadani Reserve in Tanzania. The hide/blind was just a tree that you sat at the base of on stones. Sitting quietly the wildlife would wander in and take a drink then melt back into the bush. The camp manager just told us if the Lioness turned up sit very still !

Tags: Female Male Tanzania Pair Clearing Waterhole Waterbuck Wildlife and nature

Voters: Shroomer, bliba, lonely_oryx and 27 more

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Shroomer 13 14 167 England
10 Mar 2008 7:08AM
That would have been interesting just sit still for a lion, hope the stones were high Ron.
Lovely capture

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lonely_oryx 12 61 55 England
10 Mar 2008 7:46AM
I like the letter box shape
MaryMac 14 258 1 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2008 7:47AM
saw two of these at our waterhole last night Ron they are really pretty animals
good capture
User_Removed 13 16 England
10 Mar 2008 8:26AM
Wonderful capture of their attention. Nice image
User_Removed 12 78 1 United Kingdom
10 Mar 2008 8:51AM
Nicely done .. good story .. I like the wide crop

challicew 12 1 1 South Africa
10 Mar 2008 9:28AM
Love the way they happened to look directly at your lens...good shot
luxaeternam 12 21 1
10 Mar 2008 12:51PM
Looks like they spotted you - thank goodness they weren't felines!
Smile Lucy
rangerpaul 13 19 7 England
10 Mar 2008 6:49PM
Your wetting my appetite now Ron. Only a couple of months until we're off here.
If I get anything half has good as this I'll be pleased.
pascalg Plus
12 37 France
10 Mar 2008 7:55PM
excellent pose Wink
Hoffy 15 262 16 England
10 Mar 2008 8:32PM
Nice capture.
davidhu 14 19 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2008 9:03AM
Good one, Ron. Like the sticky-up ears.
HUMIE 13 2 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2008 4:47PM
Cracking capture.

rontear Plus
17 23 8 England
16 Mar 2008 7:04PM
Thank you all for the c/c's, entered this into Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Fingers crossed. Ron.

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