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http://www.discoverafrica.com/herdtracker/ thank you to #Lemala   and #herdtracker  for this latest #migration  update.
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Unique dining experience in the #Indian Ocean #Zanzibar at its best.
Ever wonder what it feels like to have dinner in the middle of the ocean? Head over to the Rock Restaurant in Zanzibar. http://tandl.me/1LeQFM6
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We would like to share our thoughts on the hidden gems of #Serengeti. It is not all about #safari in #Tanzania. There are many stunning areas to explore, rather than just passing through from #Ngorongoro. #Lengai is the mountain of God in #Masai culture. #Olduvai and #Makarot have secret canyons. Between January and March the short grass plains of #Serengeti come alive and all this can be explored from #Olduvai Camp.

http://www.go2tanzania.co.uk/hidden-gems-of-southern-serengeti/
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Go2Tanzania showcasing #safari #wildlife #luxury and #photographic #holidays in exciting #African destinations. Relaxing #beach & #spa breaks on #Zanzibar. Owe will be at WI Centennial Fair in #Harrogate 3 - 6 September come and see us on stand C108. Check our website for inspirational travel.
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Show time come and talk #safari #holidays in #Harrogate we will be showcasing #Go2Tanzania at the #WI Centennial show 3-6 September. Plenty of travel tips for #Tanzania beach holidays in #Zanzibar walking safaris in #Zambia and more.... www.go2tanzania.co.uk
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Memories of #Luangwa
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Help me break 2,000 followers on Google+!  If you enjoy wildlife images from around the world, follow me and experience the beauty of nature.

I love raptors.  No, not the ones from Jurassic Park.  I'm talking about the true raptors, birds of prey.  I love watching them fly, hunt, and raise their young.  Photographically, one of the ongoing challenges is trying to predict when a raptor is about to take off.  Too early, and you get a boring image of a bird sitting in a tree.  Too late, and the bird is half out of the frame before you press the shutter button.  Sometimes, however, everything comes together and you capture an image like this.

This Long-crested Eagle was photographed in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.  The image was created using a Canon 1D mark II, a 500mm lens, and a 1.4 teleconverter.  The camera settings were 1/640 sec @ f/8, ISO 200.

Thank you for viewing.  Comments, questions, and critiques are always welcome.  If you enjoyed this image, please share it with your Google+ followers.

To see additional wildlife and travel images, and to learn more about photography and filmmaking, visit my website at www.ChrisGamel.com.
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A wonderful adventure legacy detailing the history of #walking   #safaris  in #Zambia .  This really is #Africa  at its very best, if you would like to experience a #safari  let us know 
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