January at Nambiti Hills has come and gone so quickly. Which means it’s time for me to daydream through all of the photographs that have been sent in by guests or taken by our rangers; to select the top five or six wildlife photographs for our Month In Pictures blog post. And it’s a time I love.
Because our days here are filled with exciting game drives that start bright and early, and finish late into the afternoon with the setting of the hot African sun, there isn’t much time to spend appreciating the wild moments that are caught on camera. Yes, appreciating the moment while it’s happening is by far the best way to do it but when that moment is caught on camera, there’s a significance that lasts forever. It’s always on hand, and it’s always special.
Here are a few of my favourite pictures:
The three stooges: three very unique animals, who all seem to have decided that this was their “good” side when it came to having their portraits taken. Either that, or there’s a lion lurking in the bushes to the left.
Why did the hyena cross the road?
To get to the other side…where another predator had recently made a kill. In this little guy’s mind, “dinner is served.”
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