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Nabq National Park, Egypt

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Nabq National Park, Egypt

Lovely way to start the day in the Nabq National Park in Egypt. Thanks to my new friends at  Sharm Equestrian  holiday riding specialists in Sharm El Sheikh and Dahab. Also, thanks to my friend  Equigeo  for tipping me off to this photo and account. I always appreciate leads to beautiful photos.

Lovely way to start the day in the Nabq National Park in Egypt. Thanks to my new friends at Sharm Equestrian holiday riding specialists in Sharm El Sheikh and Dahab. Also, thanks to my friend Equigeo for tipping me off to this photo and account. I always appreciate leads to beautiful photos.

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Montana, US

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Montana, US

I love the Classics. Thank you to pro nature/wildlife photographer, Ami Vitale, for this beauty through the ears of Katie at J Bar L Ranch @jbarlmontana in Montana. Ami was recently noted by Time Magazine as on of the Top 50 Instagram Photographers to follow.  www.AmiVitale.com

I love the Classics. Thank you to pro nature/wildlife photographer, Ami Vitale, for this beauty through the ears of Katie at J Bar L Ranch @jbarlmontana in Montana. Ami was recently noted by Time Magazine as on of the Top 50 Instagram Photographers to follow.
www.AmiVitale.com

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Thamalakane River, Botswana

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Thamalakane River, Botswana

Lions and tigers and bear, oh my! But I think this is our first crocodile. My heart raced a little faster reading Ride Botswana blog post today about running through the marsh near the Thamalakane river in Botswana, Africa. The wild crocs are apparently intimidated by horses, but there are a few escapees from the local croc farm that are not. Check out their blog for the full story  Ride Botswana : A Little Too Close For Comfort.

Lions and tigers and bear, oh my! But I think this is our first crocodile. My heart raced a little faster reading Ride Botswana blog post today about running through the marsh near the Thamalakane river in Botswana, Africa. The wild crocs are apparently intimidated by horses, but there are a few escapees from the local croc farm that are not. Check out their blog for the full story Ride Botswana: A Little Too Close For Comfort.

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