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|The Grevy's Zebra is the largest species of zebra. It is found in the wild in Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. It is considered endangered, partly due to hunting for its skin. It is tall, has large rounded ears and narrow stripes. It is named after Jules Grévy,a president of France, who was given one by the government of Abyssinia in the 1880s.|
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Very good image, Daniel.
A classic one but definitely a good one.
I like these narrow stripes.
very beautiful portrait of this zebra beautiful a lumiére and beautiful colors tallied superbly well cheer
- [2007-01-21 12:57]
Nice photo and great composition
I like the bushy ear and the hairy mouth - must be a male...
Thanks for sharing
- [2007-01-21 13:05]
Zebras are one of my personal favourites so I just love to see this nice shot showing the alert ears and the eye contact with the grevy’s.
Lovely composition and POV. Natural colours, good details, superb BG well removed and OOF, and fine exposure control makes the photo a pleasure to view.
Great work and TFS.
- [2007-01-21 14:04]
Hello Daniel , A Great portret shot from the zebra , good compositie colours sharpnes details , tfs Greetings Teunie .
Wow.... this is a brilliant shot. Love the POV and the sharpness of the image. Perfect exposure too. Stunning camera work. :-)