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ubunger Ok! So two arrows are off! Who's counting? 5d

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ubunger And then there were four......I broke an arrow today.......rookie error on top of it!!! Dang!!! 4w

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ubunger This is for the women followers on this Friday 13th June 2014. 1mon

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ubunger Winter time in the Southern Hemisphere, everyone up north - Happy summer!!!! 1mon

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ubunger My son Hylton having a conversation........with me!!! Love you my boy!!!! 2mon

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ubunger Cheetah with Impala kill to the right rear. 2mon

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ubunger Mokaikai Sunset. Private game reserve in South Africa. 2mon
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  •   ubunger @allaz26 Thanks, really is appreciated! 2mon
  •   viviianvance private game reserve ? is that like hunting in a zoo? 2mon
  •   ubunger @viviianvance Not at all, no hunting is allowed at all. It is privately owned and not by the state. The animals are wild as in any other park/game reserve. If these parks did not exist the human encroachment in the animals habitat would wipe them out and there would not be any wild animals to be seen in their natural environment. Then you might be lucky and only see them in a zoo which is no place for these animals. I do however understand the need for zoos etc. I could go on forever about the wildlife and how it needs to be preserved. My post of the cheetah with a young buck it killed was for food only, they do not kill for the fun or sake of it, they also need to survive. The impala antelope is in abundance in the parks and they are prolific breeders and are prey for lion, leopard as well as hyena. There are only 3 cheetah in this particular park which is quite large so we were very lucky to see the animal. To see them is not common and to see them with their meal even less so. Cheetah are the fastest animals on the planet over a short distance and need to catch their prey in a short distance because they can't sustain the pace for very long. If they do not get their prey they take a long time to recover, so they try and make sure they succeed wherever possible. They are not big cats, about the size of a German Shepard but smaller than a lion. See here I go on and on..... There are lots of other problems in Africa with wildlife at the moment with high volumes of Rhino being killed for their horn which is considered an afrodisiac in some Far East countries like China, Vietnam etc. the rhino horn is made of a substance the same as your finger nail, just much larger but I don't think nails have ever made me horny so I thinks it's a myth but if you believe strongly in something then I suppose you will think it helps. In South Africa there are an average of around 2.5 rhino poached for their horn every day. At that rate we will not have left soon!! Hope this long response helps you to understand the passion we normal folk have for our wildlife! 2mon
  •   viviianvance Thank you for taking the time to explain so much detail. it's clear how passionate you are!! 2mon
  •   ubunger @viviianvance it's my pleasure! If you'd like more information please let me know and I'll forward you my email address and I can mail you attachments of photos and links to websites where you can find useful information. Keep well and enjoy the rest of the day!! 2mon
  •   thefella Beautiful colour! 2mon
  •   ubunger @thefella Thanks, the dust in the air during our winter months makes for great sunsets. I am sure to post more between now and September. 2mon

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ubunger My bean plant....not quite a Jack in the Beanstalk type......never know might just happen! 2mon

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ubunger Colorado Gold - ok I was bored at work! It's Friday and the weekend is calling!! 2mon

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ubunger Serval South Africa 2mon
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  •   rawr4mitchy We've followed each other for a while now. You take some great pictures with great quality. Random question: are you a freelance photographer, do you work for someone or do you do this as a hobby? I'm just curious! :) 2mon
  •   ubunger @rawr4mitchy Hi, I am an amature with a love for the outdoors. I am a business consultant during the day. Wish I could do this full time but I have too many commitments at the moment. Need lottery money big time to do full time photography! I don't mind anyone asking, I am super friendly and don't have any hangups. Cheers and enjoy your day! 2mon

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ubunger Just Color! And the red wine is really great! 3mon

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ubunger So I found an old apple....made it a bit more interesting 3mon

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ubunger Fruit preserve anyone? 4mon

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ubunger Cheers 5mon

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ubunger Zinkwazi Beach -East Coast of South Africa 5mon

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ubunger Waterford Wine 5mon

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