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Hi Carmen, It really was an experience. They are something, indeed!
Wonderful and beautiful creatures so terribly exterminated. Lovely pictures on their peaceful lives. What an experience!.
Yes, it is a 2-way street. Wonder what they think of us!
Hi Laz – yes, thankfully!
I won’t! I agree with the “Eeeek”!
Hi Ela – Contemplate and be contemplated – or something like that
Big Beautiful Peaceful Beasts! 🙂
Oh my, Monica – don’t ever do that if you find yourself trying to traverse a herd of African buffalo, that’s all I can say! Eeeek!
They are worth contemplating, indeed; thanks Monica!
That’s right, Gislinde – thankfully they are pretty calm creatures.
Hello dear Andro and thank you for such a nice comment, much appreciated
Einen lieben Gruß ja ich glaube die lassen sich doch nichts Stören schöne Bilder wünsche eine gute neue Woche.Gruß und Freundschaft.Gislinde
They look awesome though, I wouldn’t mind seeing these up close 🙂 This is a brilliant posting and your photographs are really clear shots, the only Buffalo that I have seen is in those Western films, but I certainly like yours better 🙂 🙂
Have a wonderful start to your week Monica 🙂