Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya. There is something infinitely calming and soothing to this photograph, taken by Angie. It reminds us of the title of Professor Robert Sapalsky's book Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers. Zebras live in the moment, if they detect danger they become alert and watchful. But once the danger has passed they go back to living - fully "present" to the here and now - rather than worrying about what might happen in the future. So when you look at "Stillness in a Myriad of Stripes", think "zebra", merging your life force with all those dazzling stripes to sooth away your worries.
With people's love and affinity for horses and our long association with them it is hardly surprising that zebras attract similar sentiments for their dazzling grace and beauty. They enthrall us. They are a creature of the imagination. Their elegant stripes are used by artists for body paintings, dress design, furniture and architecture. They are one of the most photogenic of all animals, a staple of children's stories, among the last animals in the dictionary and alphabet books.
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