From Collection 2
From Collection 1
Grey-backed Fiscal Shrike
Photography is serious business on game drives!
This baby had the toughest time learning to use his trunk.
Scratchin' an itch.
All those black spots are elephants, (except the tree, of course)
A klipspringer. They look like dik-dik, but are bigger, and walk on their tippy-toes.
Moses, one of our guides.
Camping on the Serengeti was pretty amazing. We thought we heard a lion roaring off in the distance. Then again, it might have been a fellow camper snoring.
Camp rules before eating a meal: soap, wash, sanitize, rinse, rinse, rinse.
.. then we saw why.
...and took a defensive posture...
These elephants started huddle up around the smallest as we came up on them....
J: Apparently Kenneth knows this look well.
K: Yea, it's the "You are so annoying" look.
Our convoy headed back to Arusha
...scratch an itch... migrate...
Stopping for lunch between game drives on the Serengeti.
This chameleon was in the middle of the road -- going nowhere fast.
A VERY SMALL part of the migrating wildebeest herd. Approximately there are one million wildebeest that migrate on the Serengeti.
A quick downpour.