A Word a Week Photography Challenge-Recline

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My contribution for this week’s

 Word of the Week Challenge…

Recline

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Once again I have added Google’s definition of ‘recline’…

maybe because my recliners may be stretching it…just a tad.

Google Definition of ‘recline‘ is to

lean or lie back in a relaxed position with the back supported.’

giraffeH_2216aperhaps sitting more than reclining…but a cute photo, courtesy MGW.

elephant_0839aAt first glance…not relining.  However, a closer peep at the bottom, left and you will see a baby elephant which appears to be reclining in the shade while mum, sisters, cousins aunties and uncles provide shade and some sense of security.

zebra_0103No need for shade or protection here…

zebra_0110this zebra was quite happy to stretch out on the ground in the middle of the day,

I dare-say relying on its mates to alert it to predators.

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 A WORD A WEEK CHALLENGE–Recline

(suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com)

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12 thoughts on “A Word a Week Photography Challenge-Recline

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    • I spent a fair bit of time looking at that zebra’s rump while framing the picture and did not notice that. As far as I am aware there is only one tail, however, this one has two stripes…it appears. But all zebras are different so this one may be the ‘different’ one.

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      • I was thinking how much that rump would make in the sale yards if it belong to one of my sheep or cattle of yesteryear. After your comment I have been viewing rumps (zebra) and they all seem to have two white stripes down their tail, with different horizontal, or black stripes.

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