all you need do is find that shallow part of the river…
and you can walk from Botswana to Namibia
to complete your journey.
It can become a bit of a hazard…
if your legs are short.
of two river crossing we sighted…
while in Botswana.
It was interesting to watch the leader…
change course in mid stream and I can only assume
it/they were following the shallowest path.
was watching the older elephants…
take care of the very little in the family…
ensuring they also had a safe crossing.
September 9, 2017.
Some ‘jewels’ on a foggy morning.
Back in the day, the term ‘crown jewels’
had a slightly different meaning.
Let’s just say the wearer of this suit of armour
was having his ‘crown jewels’ well protected.
Perhaps even…boasting..a lot.
Finishing on a serious note.
This jewellery was ready for sale
at the Arras Sunday market.
The first two shots were taken at…
Moholoholo Wildlife Rehab Centre
in South Africa.
This series of images were taken at….
Tshukudu Game Lodge…
Sausage Tree Safari Camp,
our home away from home.
At Tshukudu Game Lodge, the cheetah
wandered up the track, through our group
and flopped down waiting to be patted.
Then it wandered home with us.
I’m sure where is my breakfast was on her mind.
A few years ago this sort of rain…
in turn lead to minor flooding of our back yard.
Better mud than dust, though.