We rarely have internet access, so our uploads will be infrequent.We saw this camelion just after we crossed the border from Zimbabwe. I was surprised at how small it was, a little over 6 inches long It was moving cautiously across the hot interlocking brick.
An approaching rain storm while we were on a boat cruise
A huge downpour. The cloud opened and dropped almost all its rain on us!
A very wet fish eagle. He was not amused
The receeding storm
Lots of grazing hippos
This sequence of an elephant crossing a river. They can swim, but not well
A large male black-footed impala
A lovely sequence of a cape buffalo having a mud bath
First the head and chest
Lying down does the belly, then one side followed by the other
Finally, the back
Perfect! I am sure it felt glorious, and it does keep all the biting insects away
A traditional macoro, the dugout canoe, being used as a couch in our lodge
A hyena at the start of our morning game drive
An Egyptian goose and her brood
This crocodile was about 3 meters long
A warning sign form the hippos. Go away, he was telling us. We did
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