I saw these African Buffalo in Chobe National Park. I think they are cute in their own way.
I think water buffalo are cute, too. The baby ones are adorable!
I don’t think we saw any babies…dang!
Water buffalo are some pretty cool and crazy animals. Great pic!
“Anything I can do for you?”, asks the Buffalo with raised brows at the intruding photographer.
Sorry for the comment, I suppose I have no more productive thing to do. 🙂
He was not happy with me, your caption is perfect.
Gee, I sure hope he didn’t charge you because those horns look really sharp! 🙂
I don’t think I would want to tango with one.
If not cute, interesting and unusual, at least. Nice shot. 🙂
Thanks…they were fascinating to watch.
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They are very cute indeed!
So cool 🙂
They’re looking fine! 🙂 Great pic!
Lovely shot! He doesn’t look too pleased with you though!
Not in the least bit!
This is how NotCat sees me when he is in lion mode…
LOL…I would love to see his lion mode!
Maybe you could role play the water buffalo part?
I’ll have to practice my don’t mess with me stare.
It was like he was caught in the act of being sweet with the other buffalo and when he saw you, says “What are you looking at? Give me some privacy here.”. 😀
I think I messed with his mojo.
They are beautiful! Great photo!
I agree!! I like seeing their nose, it looks so soft
Yes…but I’ll let you find out for us if it really is.
Nice shot 🙂 I like them. The right one looks like: “Dude, you took your pic so bug off before you meet my horns” LOL
And I listened to him and bugged off.
I would have done the same 😉
Wow, a really cool “together” shot! He is not sure about having his photo taken, though. At least that’s what his expression looks like to me.
I don’t think much turns his expression into a happy face.
You and I definitely don’t agree on the definition of ‘cute’… 😉
LOL…well maybe not all of the time.
They look ‘fierce’ but they do kind of look ‘cute’ together. 🙂 Nice interpretation of ‘together.’ You should think about publishing your animal photos. 🙂
Thanks! I’ll have to think about that. I wonder if I could come up with a kids book.
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