"Watching and Waiting"  © Pamela Bole
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(@JadeCarbone) Jade Carbone said:December 13th, 2015 (11:50am) PST
They look so majestic, fantastic work Pamela!
@pamelabole replied: Thank you so much Jade! They truly were's an amazing place to visit! : )
(@LarryLancaster) Larry Lancaster said:November 30th, 2015 (6:14pm) PST
Now, this one is good. I bet the bolted a second later.
@pamelabole replied: Thank you so much Larry!!!! 😃
(@rongood) Ron Good said:November 15th, 2015 (10:11pm) PST
Really nice shot and info.
@pamelabole replied: Thank you so much Ron!! : )
(@TimDuffus) Tim Duffus said:October 24th, 2015 (8:42pm) PDT
Wonderful work Pamela. ........
@pamelabole replied: Thank you Tim!!! : )
(@Jennybear) Jenny Stevens said:October 20th, 2015 (2:47pm) PDT
Pamela... I just had another look... one great photograph... perhaps a Spotlight ...good luck.
@pamelabole replied: You are so kind!!! ....that is just so nice of you to say....much appreciated! Thank you!!!!
(@MarkRobinson) Mark Robinson said:October 20th, 2015 (5:27am) PDT
What an amazing experience Pamela ....... great captures.
@pamelabole replied: Thank you Mark!!! : )
(@nairfotografia) Nair Fotografia said:October 19th, 2015 (8:29pm) PDT
outstanding image, great feel to this image
@pamelabole replied: So, so nice to see you back on the site!!!! ....we have all missed you and your beautiful photography! I was just getting ready to message you....... : ) And, thank you so much for looking and your kind words....much appreciated!!!
(@MonicaE2) MonicaE2 said:October 19th, 2015 (5:51pm) PDT
Wow, what a capture!
@pamelabole replied: Thanks Monica.....appreciate you looking and commenting!!! : )
(@JACKIE)  said:October 19th, 2015 (5:53am) PDT
buena toma
@pamelabole replied: Thank you so much Jackie!!! : )
(@MitchG) Michel Gagnon said:October 17th, 2015 (6:31am) PDT
Hello Pamela, wonderful soft image! ....great capture....beautiful photo. ....the Zebras ....a very beautiful to see them run.....thanks for sharing. ....!
@pamelabole replied: Hi Michel!!! Thank you so much for always looking and your upbeat and kind comments!!! : )
(@PicturePost) john edward said:October 16th, 2015 (1:46pm) PDT
Zebras always remind me of fingerprints...a stunning set of images with the crater being the outstanding shot for me....very nice photography Pamela!
@pamelabole replied: Thank you so much John!!!.... You always have such kind comments!!! Much appreciated!!!! 😊
(@Jennybear) Jenny Stevens said:October 16th, 2015 (8:51am) PDT
Lovely positioning of your Zebras... makes for one superb composition. We are used to the design, but when you think about it... those stripes are really amazing.. so bold and consistent.
@pamelabole replied: Thanks for looking and commenting Jenny....always appreciate it!!!And yes, the Zebra stripes are amazing, and to think no two are alike is mind blowing, especially when you see the huge herds in Africa! They are such a striking animal....never got tired of watching them!!!! : )
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:October 16th, 2015 (5:45am) PDT
Every so often, you place an image or group of the African adventure. I love the pace you use. This is a stunning series with the Zebras and their life accompanied with great narrative. Well done, Pamela.
You have mentioned the fall and colours in Pennsylvania. We have vacationed a few times in the Poconos and region and the colours there are truly lovely. Those things have to be experience, and at least you have the memories. Yes, kicking dead leaves is wonderful!
@pamelabole replied: You are so kind!!....thank you! I truly appreciate the support I receive from you and many other friends on 72dpi! : )I do really miss my "real" Fall.....I do have many, many happy memories....from seeing the colored leaves everywhere, to jumping into the HUGE piles of leaves as a kid! It doesn't get much better than that, unless it was a snow pile! hahahaha!!!!! Thanks for looking and commenting!
(@Marthe) marthe said:October 16th, 2015 (3:12am) PDT
Wonderful captures, Pamela!
@pamelabole replied: Thank you for always looking and commenting....means a lot! : )
(@pamelabole) Pamela Bole said:October 15th, 2015 (10:05pm) PDT
Hi Ramona! For some weird reason, the site won't allow me to reply to your comment on my photo, soooooo, I will do it here instead! : ) are so kind Ramona!! I always appreciate your thoughtful comments....they mean a lot! : )
(@kiwibrian) Brian Winter said:October 15th, 2015 (10:03pm) PDT
Wonderful photography Pamela and such an interesting editorial. Thank you so much for taking the time to post the photographs and type the informative editorial.
@pamelabole replied: Hi Brian! Thank you for always looking and saying such nice things about my photos (and info)!! There was just so much "behind the scenes" of this photo...that I thought it would be interesting for the "looker" to know and see. Glad you enjoyed! : )
(@ggweather) Jan Null said:October 15th, 2015 (9:01pm) PDT
Wow! Thanks for including the second image for context!
@pamelabole replied: Thanks Jan! I really appreciate you commenting!!! : )
(@ramonachiassongmailcom) Ramona Chiasson said:October 15th, 2015 (12:27pm) PDT
It is a joy to see your all of them...beautiful blue tones

Pamela Bole
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A group of Zebras in the Ngorongoro Crater watching the Lions hunting a Warthog. It was not until the Lions were unsuccessful, that the Zebras turned and ran! Also attached is a photo of the Lions hunting(in the background) and the Zebras watching , and a photo of the Crater itself.

The Ngorongoro Crater is a deep, volcanic crater, the largest unflooded and unbroken caldera in the world. It is about 20kms across, 600 meters deep and 300 sq kms in area. The Ngorongoro Crater is a breathtaking natural Eden.

Thanks for looking!

Uploaded: Oct 15th, 2015 (10:57am)
Category: Wildlife/Animals
Camera: NIKON D7000
Focal Length: 390 mm
Aperture: f/5.6
Shutter Speed: 1/1000 sec
ISO: 200

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