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Dear Per--

I have been looking at a lot of wildlife pictures in the last few months and I have to say yours on consistantly some of the best I have ever seen.

Your sense of light is awsome!!

Keep up the good work.

B

Posted by Bobbi Hamilton on
Sunday, 01.13.08 @ 15:02pm | #23451

Dear Per,

I hope I am giving the right numbers for the images---

Rhino
070509-113
It looks like a black rhino in wonderful sidelight either dawn or sunset---

You have my e-mail address--if you want to send it that way.

Bobbi

Posted by Bobbi Hamilton on
Monday, 01.21.08 @ 02:01am | #24401

It would be hilarious if the Rhinos aullatcy did win a seat. Although apparently they did come in second once in a riding in Quebec back in 1980, but it was something like 4,000 votes to the Liberals 40,000.

Posted by Valicia on
Thursday, 12.10.15 @ 15:49pm | #104853

It would be hilarious if the Rhinos aullatcy did win a seat. Although apparently they did come in second once in a riding in Quebec back in 1980, but it was something like 4,000 votes to the Liberals 40,000.

Posted by Valicia on
Thursday, 12.10.15 @ 15:50pm | #104854


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