Saturday, March 7, 2015

#MySundayPhoto



This beautiful place is a one and a half hour drive out of Durban. We get to spend a weekend here once a month. We all love it, especially the dogs. The sights, sounds and smell of Zebra and buck really get their noses twitching. They have had a couple of close encounters, therefore are a bit nervous about getting too close.




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  1. Perfect focus, he looks so well behaved.

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    1. Thank you. He is very good..... most of the time!

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  2. Wow this is beautiful, he/she looks to calm and chilled sat there but no doubt is taking it all in x

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    1. He is casting his beady eye around for buck or Zebra!!! :)

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  3. Lovely photo. Looks like a great look out spot for seeing the wildlife.

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  4. What a wonderful photo! Looks a lovely place x

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  5. He looks like he's really enjoying his holiday x

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  6. He looks like he's really enjoying his holiday x

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  7. I love the focus on this and the view looks lovely

    Thank you for linking up

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  8. He looks so content.... and comfortable!
    Great shot.... and lovely straight horizons ;-)
    (thanks for pointing that out to me btw.... I'm working on it!!) xx

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    1. Yes, totally relaxed until a buck wanders by and then he is off, hell for leather!! I feel so bad that I pointed out the horizon thing to you..... my tongue slips away from me at times!! :/

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  9. He looks very thoughtful

    Mollyxxx

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    1. Hmmm, he does. Would love to know what he is thinking!

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  10. Wonderful photo, I love this point of view! :)

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  11. He looks so at peace here! I can only imagine the stunning view that made hims top like this =) #mysundayphoto

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  12. Great photo - I can tell you if that was my Harry, one sniff of zebra and he's be off like a shot. He's new to us and needs a lot more off-lead training.

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