Leeuwen en Tijgers en Beren

“So this is the place. We see plenty of native wildlife from this vantage. You’re lucky. Nice weather,” said the tour guide.

“Jolly good!” said the professor.

The big predators stalked across the plain, ignoring the interlopers who’d just arrived. The Jeep emitted a column of steam. Lions chased gazelles. A waterhole served as smorgasbord on the hoof.

The professor took out his blocky camera. Started shooting animals.

Wind rippled grasses. The stubby trees cast splotchy shadows.

Thrilled, the professor was flooding his memory card with pixels.

Animals ran. A truck roared up, positioned a mobile billboard. Call now. Levitra.

(100 words)

Picture linked via Josh Mosey.

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