Awww look at that baby ellie it looks like the little guy was having a ball running through that grass
and lol my girls good hmm that will be cold day in hell the day that ever happens LOL love my kids dearly and Id protect them with my life but naughty they are theirs no use in being in denial lol
I am laughing so at this-your children are angels. End of story
! Its all part of growing up.
Some of the elephants were indeed having a ball, but my pics did not come out so good-nervous tension and all that.
Another jam packed episode with stunning pics....so enjoying your TR.
Orpen dam brings back many memories.
Happy to see the family obliged with their presence.
Wonderful to see the Ellies at Leeupan...great pic
...aah that is really a tiny little one so cute.
Stunning pic of the flowers.
Wow!!!! every little hair is visible on the pic great stuff.
Thanks hey Trrrp-Trrrrr. your family is just wonderful
. They'll shortly be returning to warmer climes one of these days again. Interesting reading Roberts description of your family's eating habits - "rarely fish" and yet I have seen them diving for fish regularly, at Lake Panic and elsewhere. Or maybe it was frogs and tadpoles
Better not dispute with Roberts.
. Vervets are not just naughty, but very naughty. We must be careful here-Sheenaugh-Lee says her kids are naughty! She may make a logical conclusion and conclude that we are colluding together to call her children monkeys
I can tell you I spent a long time just listening to that Heuglin's Robin. It was most beautiful. Saw quite a few first-time birds on this trip, another one coming up from Lake Panic
Woow!!! noel, stunning array of birdie sightings, little ellie and buff
Yes Orpen dam is a real jewel in KNP
. It was quite full when you were there
Thanks for sharing
Thank you Barry. Must say I prefer Orpen more empty with water. That way you get to see so much more, crocs, Hippo's and birds, plus elephants and waterbuck are usually seen there. This time, not even a waterbuck
. And not even that evocative cry of the fish Eagle.