Photo taken along the tiny tarmac inside Tanda Tula Private Reserve, South Africa. Patiently, lazily he sat and watched. He wasn’t bothered nor amused. Just relaxing as we sat only a jump away inside an open-air land rover. Following him at night was the highlight of the safari. His golden mane glistened in the moonlight. Unfortunately none of my photos of him under the midnight moon turned out. The image only remains inside my memory. Advertisements
The theme of this week’s photo challenge is close. Here is my entry for close… Photo taken in Tanda Tula Private Reserve, South Africa 2005. To see other entries, click here.
Categories: Kruger National Park, Photography, South Africa, WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE • Tags: Culture, elephant, Photography, postaday, safari, South Africa, Tanda Tula Private Reserve, thirdeyemom, Travel
For this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge, Together, I came up with three favorites: Together: Man and Wild Photo taken on safari in Tanda Tula Private Reserve, South Africa. Together: Animal and Bridge Photo taken in rural Nepal along Annapurna trek. Together: Live scorpions and cook. Photo taken in Beijing, China at Street Market. These babies are fried live on a stick and eaten with vigor.
Categories: Annapurna Trek, Beijing, China, Kruger National Park, Nepal, Photography, South Africa, WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE • Tags: Culture, Photography, postaday, thirdeyemom, Travel, Weekly Photo Challenge
Greetings from South Africa…wish you were here! Photo above taken on safari in Tanda Tula Private Game Reserve located near Kruger National Park, South Africa. I will never forget my first safari. It was something I had always dreamed of doing someday and then magically, after having my first child and going through a rough patch of time, I somehow ended up on a safari a year later in South Africa with my Dad. The first morning we rose early, […]
Greetings from the Pafuri Triangle…wish you were here! The Pafuri Triangle is in the northernmost corner of South Africa’s Kruger National Park — wedged between the borders of Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The Pafuri Triangle covers just 1% of the Kruger Park’s surface area, but comprises 70% of the park’s biodiversity. A sanctuary for herds of elephant, elusive leopards, and thousand-year-old baobab trees, Pafuri is one of the most beautiful spots in Africa. In 1969, the native Makuleke people were forcibly […]