it is difficult not to see it.
This is a spot the teenager photo 🙂
At least that is what our teens looked
liked for most of that decade!
Taken about two years ago at the Melbourne Zoo.
From memory this is the resident silver back.
of our first African Safari…
which held Africa’s tourist trade…
In essence, these sights were the ‘glue’…
for without these sightings to see and photograph…
Africa’s tourist trade would fall dramatically.
Which is why poaching of any description,
or trade in the products of these animals, must cease.
In my opinion and that of others as well.
After our first African Safari,
this giraffe which always waited at, or near, the gate
to our camp looking over the fence.
My colleague used this beautiful face as a reason
for NOT going to visit Africa.
I was shocked!!
The only thing better than having a lioness
twenty minutes or more
photographing her six week old cubs.
There were two….but the other was a male!
Black and White Challenge:
South Africa again…
for my Kudu…
and Lion images.
This shot gave me goose bumps as the lioness was
only about 15 feet from me and she seemed to look
straight down my lens.
A night or two later and her cubs put on a show
for us on our last evening at
Sausage Tree Safari Camp.