|Copyright: Zeno Swijtink (Zeno)
|Date Taken: 2009-07-31|
|Camera: Nikon D80, Nikon 200-500 mm.|
|Exposure: f/8, 1/1000 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2009-08-07 10:27|
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|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|In South Luangwa in Zambia I saw one of the most beautiful zebra species: the crawshay zebra. This zebra is found in Zambia and nowhere else in Africa. By the way: the South Luangwa Park is among the most beautiful wildparks I have seen in Africa!!|
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- [2009-08-07 10:36]
hello zeno sir,
excellent portrait of these zebras.
beautiful details and sharpness.
The symmetry of two faces is very nicely captured.Sharpness and composition makes the image outstanding.Thanks for useful note.
- [2009-08-07 15:21]
Wonderful capture with great sharpness,details and splendid composition with excellent colors.I like very much.TFS.
Altijd al een inspiratiebron geweest voor Afrika.
South Luangwa Park hé...en dan de klassieke vraag: Kun je daar selfdrives doen?
Inderdaad schitterende dieren en ongewoon door die lange neus met bruine vlek.
Perfectly composed shot,good sharpness and colours. TFS
Very nice double up of these beautifully marked zebras that fill the frame with strong appeal. Amazed at the poor response to this incredible image. I've noticed quite a bit of images from you are really nice, sorry that I had not noticed them sooner. :)