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Very satisfying composition. Would this have been a blustery Spring day?

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Keith B.

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Thanks Keith. It was fairly blustery. This was up at Sabi Sabi on one of the morning game drives, taken with my iPhone 7 Plus and converted to B&W in Lightroom Mobile (I think). 

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