When heading back to Nairobi from Amboseli National Park, we drove on what looks like a desert plain. This is Lake Amboseli, a temporary lake that floods during the rainy seasons.
You can spot a small number of animals crossing this lake, probably heading for the wet swamps in the game reserve
Cynthia Moss has been studying the Amboseli elephants for around 30 years, and knows each and everyone of them by name. We were lucky to visit the park with someone who had been working for her, and with whom we paid a short visit to her camp, although unfortunately Cynthia was not there. The campsite is hidden among palm trees, and elephants are walking right past the tents.
ELEPHANT family groups all over AMBOSELI.
Still I am not done with AMBOSELI RESERVE!
Still the best to come here!
I think there are only about 25 LIONS here.
We only saw 5 or 6. With this lazy guy here!
I'll be putting them in a T-LOGUE!
Big wings get them up quick. Plenty of heat
to get a little lift. We're they are flying, who knows!
Not seeing LAKE NAKURU as yet. But this is a taste of things to come. I didn't expect to see
They are keeping thier distance. They are not
fast or smart! But they do know enough to
watch the BONE-CRUSHERS!
If you can take a good look at this pic. You will
see a family of ELEPHANTS in front of us.
But what is really nice is. The way the SUN is hitting them. The RAYS are shining between
Much flatland here. HYENAS making believe
they are paying no mind to the WILDERBEAST! Where is the mate to this
Awesome sight, I think there is a third way in the back, in the middle! Everyone asks, is
that water? No, it's sand!