A pied kingfisher obligingly poses on a twig. This species is frequently sighted both hovering over water and also perched as shown here.
A red-billed hornbill is polite enough to pose for the camera near the Savuti Channel, Okavango Delta, Botswana.
The Little Bee Eater is one of the most colourful birds of the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
a lilac breasted roller sits on a twig and plays catch with his lunch.
The Okavango Delta, Botswana and 3 spoonbills find that the top branches of a tree make a good vantage point.
An egret, wings outstretched and feet forward, about to land in a tree. The question is whether it works best as a colour image or a monochrome.
A cormorant perches over a waterway, Okavango Delta, Botswana.
One of the most “aquatic” of the antelope species, the Red Lechwe’s greasy coat sheds water whilst its widely splayed hooves enable it to run through water.
A close up photograph of a Giraffe in Botswana’s Okavango Delta provides a great starting point for a toned monochrome image.
A Little Egret wading through the shallows of the Okavango Delta makes a beautiful split toned monochrome subject.
A young male lion, in beautiful condition, walks across a floodplain patrolling his territory, stopping occasionally to scent mark as he does so.