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Feeding the zebras and lions on a night safari at the Safari Wild Life Park in Bali. I was the only one in the vehicle who managed to get a lion to eat from the stick. They weren't very hungry that night. I was lucky to snap the great photo as the lion was about to take the piece of meat. I have had a lot of problems accessing these photos from the memory card. The problem must be with the card as my computer has plenty of memory left.
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quiltzyx said…
At first glance, I thought the zebra was sticking his tongue out!!! Then I realized it was a carrot LOL

Love these shots!
Barbara said…
Oh my! You had a lot of fun!

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