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During our stay in Nambia, we spent three days in Etosha. This park is quite different from others I saw in Africa. First, it's the largest one with almost 23 000 km2. Second, most of its part is made of a large dry salted lake called "Pan". And most surprising, we don't meet much people when driving around. We could easily spend one hour before meeting a new car.

We were going back to the lodge after we spent some time looking at a group of 5-6 lions close to a swamp. Thunder was starting on the horizon. On the road back, we stopped because a young zebra was blocking our way. I drove slowly toward him then he jumped to join a group of older zebras.

One of them stood like this staring at me while the others ones were passing behind him slowly. I found the composition with those stripe really attracting.

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