Africa @ the Millennium
Tarangire national park and Lake Manyara
Typical safari vehicles
Hey what was that under the tree?!
Wild animals doing what they do best - turning away from us and grouping together. They do this to protect themselves but it makes for a lot of side shots and backside shots.
Getting a little better...
The money shot!
The beautiful Acacia tree
Tarangire National Park
Warthogs, my favourite.
Dik diks, one of the many deer-like animals we saw
Abu and I at the rim of this natural wonder of the world
The road into Ngorongoro crater
a zebra herd?
Simba - the only male lion I saw
The lionesses on the prowl – would you want one of these stalking you?
Some of the beautiful birds we saw
Leaving Ngorongoro crater
Here we see the jackal fending off the vultures while it feeds on a carcass of a freshly killed animal. Notice it is a pretty sizeable carcass – that will soon change.
The jackal has left so the vultures have descended. These vultures do not have red heads that is blood from the kill.
As the vultures eat a hyena in the
distance gets wind of the food