A-Photo-a-Week-Challenge-Timing

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Still Africa this week.

We had heard of these cubs and were

lucky enough to be out and about

when the call came through.

We spent twenty minutes watching

and shooting these images as the cubs played

a mere 20 feet from our car.

In 2014 we were lucky enough to to sight

what our guides described as

‘over 1,000 elephants’

migrating through Botswana.

We were actually seeking a pride of lions,

however, we always arrived

the day after a sighting.

Bad timing.

We were also lucky to see this scene twice.

Elephants crossing the Chobe River to Namibia.

The Matriarch would chose the track across the river

and then wait on the other side until

all members were accounted for.

There was at least one baby elephant

and it made the crossing with

some helping trunks lifting it high enough

for it to breath every now and again.

Five or ten minutes later and

we would have missed both events.

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Timing

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Cee’s-FOTD-Challenge19-0803

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Dianthus or mini Carnations?

I’m leaning towards Dianthus

after Googling both

Hamilton Gardens,

New Zealand.

Goodbye Hamilton.

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FOWChallenge-Random

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random

an unknown, unspecified, or odd person.

Our boys would describe…


…the crowd around Rome’s Trevi Fountain…

 

…as a crowd of randoms.

The crowd would probably think

the  boys were ‘randoms’ also

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Random