Photographed in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park, a baboon inspects its foot for a….parasite?…splinter?
With one tusk missing, and a chunk missing from his ear, the title just seemed appropriate!
The African Elephant photographed in profile. The use of Nik Viveza’s structure tool enhanced an already pleasing image!
The continuing experimentation with digital image processing.
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
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.
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.
wildlife within the context of the landscape
Tarangire National Park, Tanzania. Zebras are a common sight in all the national parks and game reserves of Tanzania.
On safari, a bend in the track reveals some fallen logs with numerous juvenile baboons climbing, playing, and just generally having fun