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    Default Antelope with an attitude

    Caught this 'lil gal getting a drink




    Then, she showed me what she thought of having her photo taken



    Really? Again with the tongue?



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    Nice ones Jim - looks like there is a biot of molting going on with your animals.
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    Default Re: Antelope with an attitude

    A couple of antelopes challenged me to a race two days ago in N NV. No contest as the road was so bad I didn't dare go more than 35mph.
    they didn't stop for photos.
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    Comments/criticisms are just my personal opinion and are meant to be constructive. Please feel free to do the same for me.


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    Default Re: Antelope with an attitude

    nice shots Jim
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    Lin Singleton


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