Leopards of Africa

Sunday, a day off, and a trip back to Africa, because, once again, I am sick of roads and slides and bridges and closures so I am escaping.

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Escape into Mother Nature today, whether in your local forest, city park, or your own backyard. Celebrate her everyday, but particularly today.

 

 

 

 

~ by bigsurkate on June 4, 2017.

9 Responses to “Leopards of Africa”

  1. Beautiful animals, thank you.
    Frank Hathaway

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  2. If you could read my mind…in that bottom pic:

    “I swear, I’ve gotta get a different job”.

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  3. Love the last one!
    Chillen! “To be in a state of prolonged satisfactory boredom. A positive phase of being, not regarded as being bored but not in the process of doing anything worth elaborating upon.”

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  4. I adore your photographs of these exquisite creatures!!! Thank you for sharing them with us, Kate.

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  5. Dear Kate,
    Deep thanks for your time, commitment, knowledge, good judgment, practicality, wisdom and leadership. And, for you today or whenever, some exquisite distraction: http://sfbayospreys.org .
    The cam is on a crane in the Richmond Marina (SF Bay). Treasure Island in the background to the right — and in the misty distance, to the left, the East Bay. The little island in the near background is (I think) tiny Brooks Island. Take care of yourself. MJ

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  6. That last image makes me want to curl up for a good snooze. Isn’t it wonderful to be able to go back to that wonderful time. I find pictures help so much in putting me back to that idyllic place and time. Glad to see you taking some breaks!

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  7. Thank you Kate. Lovely pictures!

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  8. I have some leopard protos that I took….similar except mine have fat bellies hanging over the tree limbs. If I could figure out how to post them, I would…

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  9. Cheetahs next week. 😉

    bigsurkate

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