Black and White Challenge.
Burj Khalifa…the largest/tallest building
I have ever been in.
An elephant’s ear…rather larger
than any other ear, I have seen.
However, those ears look right at home
on their owner.
Californian Redwood in Geelong Gardens
Lekhubu Island, Botswana.
Off-Road in Okavango Delta,
…came complete with garbage disposal…
…and one or two locals in whose
thoroughfare we were camped.
A back road near Geelong
with a beautiful view.
Not a Botswana back road,
however with wandering livestock,
it could be a back road
We travelled over this road for several hours
before reaching the salt lake.
Greater Kruger National Park…
…provided a variety of tracks/roads
and many wandering wildlife.
This Kruger National Park road
may pass for a back road,
but it isn’t and that maybe that is
why the hyenas used it.
I have included a few things to do
in and around Geelong
just in case borders are closed suddenly.
Visit the Otway Rainforest near Geelong
Lekhubu Island and its ancient Baobab trees
on the edge of the Kalahari Desert.
Sunrise at Botswana’s Lekhubu Island
Rise early to enjoy sunrise at Geelong
Go on an African Safari
Enjoy an a Down Under sunset near Geelong
Cruise into Glacier Bay and view Alaska’s
Explore the Alaskan Wildlife Conservation Centre
From Fairbanks take a Chenna River Cruise
Fly from Fairbanks to Coldfoot…
…coach to small community…
…of Wiseman inside the Arctic Circle.
Seeing out the rest of its days
in the shade of an old gum tree.
Where sheep can be found during
the hottest part of a summer day.
Botswana’s Kalahari Scrub Robin
casting a shadow much larger
than its actual size.
A Geelong Church which has been
converted to a car dealership.
No more shadows because
the tree has been demolished.
Images from South Africa and Botswana
Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
While we waited for the second vehicle
this hyena wandered past giving us
a sideways glance as it did.