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Sandy Schepis
Attended University of South Carolina
Lives in Savannah, GA
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"A Shepherd's Sunrise" - St. Helena Island, SC 
A beautiful dog on a beautiful morning. 
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You are so beautiful
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“What are you?” I said irritably. 
“In the Serengeti, Ms. Lane, I would be the cheetah. I’m stronger, smarter, faster, and hungrier than everything else out there. And I don’t apologize to the gazelle when I take it down.” ~ Karen Marie Moning, Faefever

Three cheetah brothers relaxing while keeping a lookout for their next meal.
Masai Mara, Kenya

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Wonderful relaxed Cheetah photo Sandy!
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Took this pic of handsome Kealy with the point & shoot as he was poised so "regally" on the couch. He's still holding his own against the liver disease that he's been sick with for the last 20 months. For what he's been through... the endless trips to the vet, syringe feeding, all the meds, he's still got a great personality. Our already close bond has strengthened.  He's having more good days sprinkled with a few bad days here and there. He's not regained all his weight and is still thin for a Maine Coon but he seems to be doing OK... for now. :-) 

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Beautiful cat, very similar to mine who lived to almost 21 years of age, there's a quick snap on my profile page. Good luck with the treatment........
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“Friends... they cherish one another's hopes. They are kind to one another's dreams.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

Two young eles sharing a moment of friendship
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beautiful
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“The love of wilderness is more than a hunger for what is always beyond reach; it is also an expression of loyalty to the earth, the earth which bore us and sustains us, the only paradise we shall ever know, the only paradise we ever need, if only we had the eyes to see.” ~ Edward Abbey

Masai Mara, Kenya
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Very beautiful photo! +Sandy Schepis 
Selected for #catsallovertheworld 
by +Robert SKREINER & +Gemma Costa
Also shared at the page: +CATS all over the World
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Have her in circles
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Did you know?...
A lion’s roar can be heard from as far as 5 miles away. They can run for short distances at 50 mph and leap as far as 36 feet. A lion’s heels don’t touch the ground when it walks.

A beautiful young male in the shadows looking up at its mother who was sitting atop a nearby termite mound. 
Masai Mara, Kenya

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ابزر
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Hyena "hunger games'. 
Masai Mara, Kenya 

Caught these four playfully trying to steal a wildebeest's horn from one another. The antics of babes.
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A very curious Grevy's zebra stallion 
Shaba National Reserve, Kenya

Grevy’s zebra is classified as Endangered (EN) on the IUCN Red List and listed on Appendix I of CITES.

Numbers of Grevy’s zebra underwent a dramatic decline in the 1970s when the coat became prized on the international fashion circuit. In the 1980s there were 15,000 Grevy’s zebra, with this numbering crashing to around 2,500 today, representing an 83 percent decline in the global population over the last three decades. Commercial poaching for skins has since declined due to effective protection measures put in place by Kenya and the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). However, in some areas, Grevy’s zebra is still hunted for subsistence meat and some ethnic groups use their fat for medicinal purposes, such as treating tuberculosis. Habitat loss presents a major threat to the long-term survival of the species as grasslands and water sources have significantly declined due to unplanned grazing by livestock. In addition, there has been a significant, very recent decline in the species in northern Kenya due to disease and drought.

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FINE!
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“Does the giraffe know what he's for? Or care? Or even think about his place in things? A giraffe has a black tongue twenty-seven inches long and no vocal cords. A giraffe has nothing to say. He just goes on giraffing.” ~ Robert Fulghum

Notice the tongue along with the leaves. Gotta love the giraffe. 
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You are welcome! +Sandy Schepis 
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“I realized that If I had to choose, I would rather have birds than airplanes. In wilderness I sense the miracle of life, and behind it our scientific accomplishments fade to trivia. Real freedom lies in wildness, not in civilization.” ~ Charles A. Lindbergh 

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    BA in Journalism
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