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Tanzania Safari Diary pictures

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I am a pure novice at this picture posting deal, so this may not work. Cutting down the 2,600 pictures to 850 wasn't too hard, but cutting those down to 180 was pretty tough, but this will give you a representative sampling of what we saw. If you feel a sense of deja vu, that may be because most of my pictures are similar to what those who have gone before have seen.

If you are expecting a lot of quality photos, don't -- I just point and shoot. I haven't included a ton of animal photos, because frankly they don't hold a candle to many that have been posted by real photographers, and you have all seen them all before anyway. But my photos will fit in my scrapbook nicely and remind me of what we saw. The pictures are generally in sequence and follow my written Tanzania Safari Diary fairly well, if you want to bother trying to wade through all of that. I haven't finished the Diary yet, so the pictures will give a preview of what's coming. Pretty scary, huh?

I also noticed that it looks like the pictures are cropped on the sides on Picasa, so you may miss some edges.

Anyway, try this link, I hope (I guess) that it works.

http://tinyurl.com/38a8zl

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