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Old 3rd March 2018, 19:42   #1
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A cracking photo Phil - well done .

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Very nice and well taken Phil, thank you for sharing
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Incredible photo Phil, just look at all those rich warm vivid colours...
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Double rainbow as well......great shot Phil
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Well Phil what can I say,absolutely superb shot well captured showing Mother Nature at her very best,the kind of shot I am always striving to achieve,but with that one,know I have still got a long way to go.

Jan & I hope you are keeping as well as you can be, you are in our thought's Dear Friend,please pass on our love & very best wishes to Jessica,we are hoping to be able to meet up with you both somewhere during the course of the year.

Take care of yourselves.....Jan & John.
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A cracking photo Phil - well done .

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Very nice and well taken Phil, thank you for sharing
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Thank you Wes, it was one of those photos when the light was fading and constantly changing.

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Double rainbow as well......great shot Phil
Thank you Jeff, a chance photo with the rainbows appearing like that. Taken out in the bush in the Rift Valley, drought ridden and begging for the rains. The pond is man made and is part of a ranch house garden. The wild animals visit the pond during the night for their drinks
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Well Phil what can I say,absolutely superb shot well captured showing Mother Nature at her very best,the kind of shot I am always striving to achieve,but with that one,know I have still got a long way to go.

Jan & I hope you are keeping as well as you can be, you are in our thought's Dear Friend,please pass on our love & very best wishes to Jessica,we are hoping to be able to meet up with you both somewhere during the course of the year.

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Thank you very much Jan and John for your very kind thoughts. Hopefully we will get to meet up in the year ahead when we are next in the UK and travelling your way.

Despite the rainbows, the rains did not come. The sky cleared and there was a full moon that night. I was tempted to go outside and set up some shots of the moon, but it was too dangerous. The house and its gardens are exposed to the like of lions and hyenas visiting the grounds at night looking for game or simply coming for a drink from the pond, which is at the back of the house.
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A Grevy's Zebra photographed at sunset 25 Feb during a drive off road and shot through the car window.

Kenya a Grevy Zebra in Laikipia by philip Gate Keeper, on Flickr
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