Early morning sunrise at Epupa Falls. Sorry to be leaving the north of Namibia
Spectacle weaver nest with its entrance tube
Himba lady on the left and Heraro lady on right, with two Himba men. Interesting mix of cultures found at Opuwa
Male masked weaver
The male weaves a nets of grasses for the ladies to approve
On approval, she embellishes the nest
She is checking out a new nest
He is hopefully waiting her approval. If she rejects this nest he will have to build a new one
Rock Martin fledgling on a thatched roof
Mother Martin coming to feed him
Wonderful lizard, about 20 cm long
The fabulous view from our chalet at the Grootberg Lodge
Juvenile ostrich which have adapted to the arid conditions of the central region, Damaraland
Mountain zebra in a harsh environment. Sighting animals in this vast region is very chancy, so we were delighted to see these as well as a few giraffe earlier.
During the wet season, which is now, there is water in some river beds
The tree line shows where water flows underground
Lovebird at one of our rest stops where water is provided for birds.
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I loved the yellow bird :)
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