This week’s Foto Friday Fun features 4 images chosen by readers from my photo archives. Our meme number for this week is 7777, chosen by the first commenter last week. Please join in with a post and link below with a #7777 photo from your archives plus a story to go with it. And check out the other posts linked to the Foto Friday Fun meme.
Bibi chose #7777, our number choice for this week, because it “just looks cool.” Looking very cool is this young elephant stretching to reach the water at Addo Elephant National Park. You probably know by now elephants are my favorite South African animal. And isn’t baby everything cute?
Jonker chose #5555, “Don’t know why, that’s just how I roll.” Well then how about these Indian Ocean rollers highlighted by sunrise and taken from the Scottburgh Caravan Park, South Africa? Put this place on your list Jonker.
Sherry chose #7475 and gets a most mud covered Buffalo in Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa. Not to be confused with the Bison she recently saw at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in South Dakota. Yea I know, we mistakenly call Bison Buffalo in this country but they’re not the same animal. I get it that we won’t call him Bison Bill Cody.
My choice this week is the bison/cattle hybrids that wander into the park and cause traffic jams. Although not a true bison, which were never found in this area, they look a heck of a lot more like a bison than the true buffalo seen in the above photo. I will post more about these problematic animals soon.
I hope you’ll join in with your own #7777 photo and story by adding your link below and linking back to . And if not, leave a number between 01 and 9991 in a comment for next week’s Foto Friday Fun. The first person to comment and link into the meme please choose a number for next week.
Do you have a favorite from this week?
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