effectively an animal portrait and, as is the case with a human portrait, “the eyes have it”.
The Dik dik is the smallest of the antelope species being only slightly larger than a domestic cat and tends to shelter in scrub and tall grass.
It was worth having the camera constantly ready to capture any interesting behaviour as it occurs. In this instance two zebras stopped grazing momentarily to engage in this “biting” behaviour.
Widely distributed throughout sub-Saharan Africa and sometimes seen on the Arabian Peninsula as well, the lilac-breasted roller is a fairly common but beautiful species.
a male lion, part of a pride of about a dozen, including several cubs, sits unconcerned by the presence of several safari vehicles.
Captions anyone? I think maybe this shot needs a couple of cartoon-like speech bubbles.
Tarangire National Park, Tanzania. Zebras are a common sight in all the national parks and game reserves of Tanzania.
A series of images captured in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater where lions were seen in good numbers and at fairly close range too.