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  1. martha aigner permalink
    January 8, 2010 13:57

    Congratulations! You did it! Enjoyed reading your first blog!
    M.

  2. Sandra permalink
    January 16, 2010 20:44

    Impressed by website and blog ….we want more!

    Love from Holland ( Maarssen family!)

  3. Nancy Baxter permalink
    May 14, 2010 15:53

    Karine…I just got time to read some of your blog. You write as well as you shoot. Congratulations on all of this. We miss you! Nancy and Bob

  4. Jacob Abrahams permalink
    October 7, 2010 19:00

    Being a Zimbabwean now living in the Western world for some decades now,your Wild Dogs (Imbwa Dzemusango) protrait has left me feeling nostalgic.In our African culture in Zimbabwe, the wild dog is historically the most linked wild animal to humans and our habitation.Although the leopard (mbada) being more popular. These two animals over the centuries have been targeted due to the fact that they are linked to killing domesticated livestock. This project of your l hope will help these lovely creatures to be seen in a more positive light. Looking forward to your leopard project (if there’s one). Keep up the good work.

  5. Louise Cox permalink
    July 31, 2011 06:53

    Brilliant work AND prose, Karine. Your gifts of photography enrich us all. From the 2 years I lived in Africa and my travels on the continent, we both have a piece of her in our hearts! Thanks to your Grandfather and you for continuning to share! thanks also for touching our family in a very special way!

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