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My Baby went to Africa (Chobe 2)

  • Posted April 30, 2012 by Pete Viewed 2512 times

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My Baby went to Africa
With the dirty lens photographer
My Baby stayin` in jungle land
With a U S body and a real light tan
My Baby went to Africa
With a make-up man and his love-sick lover
She get a couple o` grand and a two-piece suit
Let the folks back home see the native beauty
My Baby went to Africa
Gotta pack my bags and get to her

Africa [youtu.be]

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    • # Christa

      A bunch of great shots Pete. The guy in shot 2 is majestic, the elephant seems a little nervous, flapping his big ears and the baby is adorable.

      2012.05.09 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Teramoon

      Magnificent! The 2 #, 3 # and 4 # my favorites, but very, very especially the 3 #. I love the intense color and sinuous as you caught the elephant :))))))))))

      2012.05.01 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Marsha

      Look at all those amazing faces! I'd be so excited about getting such of such amazing creatures I'd never be able to hold the camera still ;))) Fantastic, Pete!

      2012.04.30 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Tim

      I told u a thousand times not to get so close to animals,, you are always scaring them grrrr,,,, :p
      I bet 2 and 3 made you run after you took the shot, they don´t seem to be happy to have you so near,,,
      ** Note to self: If you ever go to Africa remember to train running first or you won´t come back alive...

      2012.04.30 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Dunja

      Very good portraits of this majestic animals... with great details of the skin!!

      2012.04.30 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ann Garratty

      Wow, that Sable is a magnificent looking creature,so striking, you would think they would stand out like a sore thumb in the bush, but I watched a herd, with one bull and about 7 cows cross the road just ahead of us in the Kruger and disappear completely in what we though was sparse cover, two seconds later and we would have missed them all together. This is a fantastic set... I am so jealous!

      2012.04.30 Edited Reply Cancel