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- Are you back from Kenya Now? I watched Water For Elephants last wkeeend with some people and it was pretty decent.I was amazed with the elephant. I would probably rather your experience though watching them live in Kenya. The shot is first class and the processing too. What were you shooting with? Wondering how close you were able to get!

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