Lippy the Lionness
Greater Kruger National Park
Unforeseen 1: Our 2013 safari itinerary did not state
that there would be an evening game drive…
…the day before we were due to depart
Sausage Tree Safari Camp.
Unforeseen 2: Our driver told us
“There has been a sighting,
but it’s at the other end of the reserve”.
So, for the next ten minutes we held on tightly
as we bumped our way along a rudimentary track
We soon came upon Limpy the Lioness…
…and her Cubs
It didn’t take long until…
…the Cubs decided…
…was a good place to do…
…some tourist watching.
(Sausage Tree Safari Camp)
In 2012 we visited Cairns…
…and the Great Barrier Reef, and…
…also the Daintree River.
Two years later we visited
Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe
in 2016 during a European holiday…
…a visit to the Colosseum was on the agenda.
on the Bay.
One of two Yellow Billed Hornbills
which decided to inspect our vehicle.
Yes, one left its stamp of approval.
Girl in a wetsuit
CroppinG a photo is…
I am not sure that I have interpreted
this challenge correctly.
I no longer photograph people as much as
and I had taken a cruise to Tahiti.
During one of the island stopovers,
this girl was selling trinkets to tourists.
Of recent years I always thought
this girl had the look.
She certainly had the eyelashes.
Dry Stone Wall…
Gateway into old York
Sydney Harbour fences.
My kinda fencing
The only thing keeping this lamb behind
this old fence is a full belly.
A fence to keep giraffes out.
And just outside our tent door was a fence (foreground)
to keep elephants away.
It worked well, especially with this elephant.
I decided to post my favourite
African bird images this week.
The African Harrier Hawk had posed
long enough for us and was off.
I believe this to be
Northern White Crowned Shrike.
Sausage Tree Safari Camp,