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13th October 2015
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i'm not gonna waste no time fucking around i got ya humming, humming coming at ya, then you know i had to gat ya
after teasing you a few weeks ago with a tail it's high time i posted a full shot of the ring tailed lemurs who i hung out with in madagascar. they were really close to our final campsite in andringitra and with the help of our guide we timed our walk perfectly to meet them. it was a particularly hot and cloudless day and by the time we first saw them i was already very sweaty and low on water. despite this dehydration i happily spent well over an hour watching them walk, run and jump around the place. actually happy is somewhat of an understatement, they were the main reason why i'd travelled to the remote island and seeing them in their natural habitat was completely transfixing.

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i've posted 152 photos taken with my nikon d5300 - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

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this is the only picture i've taken with a focal length of 65.0 mm

i've posted 6 photos taken on 3rd September 2015

13/10/2015
coming at ya
after teasing you a few weeks ago with a tail it's high time i posted a full shot of the ring tailed lemurs who i hung out with in madagascar. they were really close to our final campsite in andringitra and with the help of our guide we timed our walk perfectly to meet them. it was a particularly hot and cloudless day and by the time we first saw them i was already very sweaty and low on water. despite this dehydration i happily spent well over an hour watching them walk, run and jump around the place. actually happy is somewhat of an understatement, they were the main reason why i'd travelled to the remote island and seeing them in their natural habitat was completely transfixing.

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