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Okavango Delta

Posted on 01/30/2014 in Anywhere
The Okavango River 1430 km. long and the third longest river in Africa flows southeast across Namibia and the Caprivi Strip and cascades over Popa Falls to enter northwestern part of Botswana. To get to your destination in the northern part of the Okavango Delta it is necessary to go by a small chartered aircraft which provides an interesting sightseeing flight to...

Why I Like Africa

Posted on 01/26/2014 in Anywhere
Why I Like Africa...   IT'S DIVERSITY Mountainous dunes with hues of deep orange, red and purple to pinkish sands along the seaboard of Namibia Solitary leafless trees displaying their shadows in golden sand to leafless stark white trees sprouting through rocks Rusty brown earth to virgin white salt pans Rushing waterfalls to shallow man-made waterholes Leather skins, beaded skirts...

About Namibia

Posted on 01/26/2014 in Anywhere
Two hundred million years ago Namibia was covered in a shallow sea which gradually filled in with windblown sand and eroded silt. The windblown sand formed high dunes separating the sea from the land, thus creating a magnificent stretch of dunes that change in colour from oranges to reds from the sea at dawn and dusk. Located on the western...

Cooling Off At Sundown

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Cooling off with sand at the end of a day.

Cooling Off

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Cooling off by the Chobe River in Botswana

Happy Elephant

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
A refreshing drink on the Chobe River

Got Me A Big Bone!

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Some meals are hard on my teeth!

Lion's Evening Meal

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Enjoying my evening meal even though I have onlookers

Bad Hair Day

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Lions even have bad hair days!

Sneezing or Yawning?

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Relaxing in the sunshine he looks so harmless

Lion Taking a Stroll

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
As we drove through the field the lion looked us over from not too far away!

Lion Beside Kill

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Enjoying the sunshine with a full tummy

Cheetah

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Cheetah in the wild

Cheetah Looking Away

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Not far from our vehicle mother cheetah and her young were having lunch.

Cheetah After Lunch

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Cheetah taking a lunch break after dining on a freshly killed impala.

Leopard After Chase

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
A wild safari ride it was! Down a dried up riverbed in deep sand our safari vehicle bounced along in chase of a leopard! After driving over bushes and ducking oour heads from swirling branches we found him tired and resting in the sunshine. Our luck paid off!


SAFARIS: OFF ROAD, OVER BUSHES & UP CLOSE

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
Our adrenalin filled safaris took place in private game reserves where our knowledgeable and skilled drivers and trackers located the best sights for photographing wildlife!

Namibia Is Home to the Nomadic Himba Tribe

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Namibia
Namibia is home to the nomadic Himba tribe. Along the roadside en route to Etosah National Park we came across several mothers with their young who enjoyed the opportunity of poising for us!

A Photographers Dream To Catch This Image

Posted on 01/25/2014 in Anywhere
In our small boat close the banks of the Chobe River we saw kingfishers diving into the water to catch their meal, fish eagles hovering overhead before diving into catch their prey. Whether a “birder” or “photographer” the Chobe River along with its mammals, crocs, hippos offers one a water excursion full of adventure.

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