Now can someone tell me how zebras are supposed to be camouflaged? I mean, here they are, black and white stripes, standing in the middle of a green field....-:) And that red dust gets everywhere!
Affectionally known as Tommies, large herds of up to 60 individuals can be found grazing the open open grasslands of the savannah.
A large, robust antelope which as its name suggests, is usually found in conjunction with water. Groups of up to ten animals will graze in woodland or open grassland.
A largish antelope with distinctive stripes on the side of the body, often found in groups of up to ten animals.
Drawn up in the 1940's I think! Shows where
the animals are. Rivers , camps ect.
Just a bit of HISTORY!
Huge place this TSAVO PARK.
Don't think so! It's a HYENA covered in RED-MUD! Only saw 2 of these. There is plenty of game here. Must be hiding!!
BODIES, SKULLS and BONES. A must see.
It's part of the deal! As long as it's not ELEPHANT! If it's natural, thats fine.
BUT, FROM KILLING, NO-WAY!!
Put that BLUE-FILTER on that lens! The sun
is strong here. The color contrast here is
AMAZING!! The BLUE, SOME WILD-LIFE &
If all you have is a look at some IVORY in the
TSAVO BUSH. Focus only on the IVORY,
get a nice contrast of white, green and brown!!
Photo-Safari!! Tsavo-East many contrasts in the landscape. Many CONTRASTS IN THE
COLORS of TSAVO-EAST!!