A Brown Snake Eagle photographed in Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, obviously perched in a favourite tree looking at the accumulated mess on the branch!Read More
Tarangire National Park
Photographed in Tanzania's Tarangire National Park, ababoon inspects its foot for a....parasite?...splinter?Read More
With one tusk missing, and a chunk missing from his ear, the title just seemed appropriate!Read More
The African Elephant photographed in profile. The use of Nik Viveza's structure tool enhanced an already pleasing image!Read More
Late in the day, and the light is low. The flock moves on, but one curious zebra stops to look back, whilst overhead weaver bird nests hang from the branches. I showed some zebra shots to someone recently and was asked (I think in jest!) “is a zebra white with black stripes, or black with white stripes?” Huh? It’s got to be right up there with… the glass half full or half empty…. …when a tree falls in the forest…. and other philosophical conundrums.
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