Norma Yuskos had thought for decades about going on a safari. Earlier this year, she finally did it, traveling to Tanzania in February.
At Serengeti National Park, she photographed these timid zebras at a watering hole. "They would drink, scatter, drink, scatter, and repeat the pattern over and over," she said. "For a brief moment, amid the chaos, several zebra lined up perfectly and drank calmly before fear trumped thirst, and they again bolted."
The Encinitas resident used a Panasonic DMC-ZS20.
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