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Tsessebee

Day Dreaming Tsessebe

I took this photo in the Kruger National Park. Tsessebe is the fastest antelope in Africa. They’re pretty cool and not that common.

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Baby tsessebe

It’s like it’s Tsessebe week over here. Here’s a cut little Tsessebe that I photographed on our last trip to the Kruger National Park.

Tsessebee's Butt

Muddy Tsessebe

I took this photo in the Kruger National Park a few years ago. These are interesting animals. They’re in that strange tension of not sure whether they’re ugly…

This is possibly my favorite bird in Africa. They are just such beautiful birds and so unusual - especially the way they fly!

African Hoopoe

This is my favourite bird in Africa. I don’t know why. I just really enjoy them. They have an amazing crest and fly funny. I took this photo…

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Horses in pyjamas

I took this photo in the Kruger National Park a few years ago. I liked the composition and the look of the photo in sepia. Hope you enjoy…

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Lilac-breasted Roller

This is a truly icon bird in Africa, the Lilac-breasted Roller. Their colours are amazing. Under their wings are even more amazing and one of my goals is…

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Bushveld Jackal

I took this photo in the Kruger National Park a few years ago. I enjoy the composition. The state of the veld in this photo saddens me though….

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Going out for a drink

I took this photo in the Kruger National Park in South Africa a few years ago. This elephant was on a mission to get the the windmill in…

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Lunch with the ladies

Whilst on a trip to the Kruger National Park in South Africa, I took this photo of these Impala Ewes. I liked the photo, so thought I’d share…

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I took this photo in the Kruger National Park a few years ago. It looks like they might be fighting, but actually it was two herds coming together…