The next day at Lower Sabie was one of our best in Kruger, so you'll need lots of popcorn H!
Great sightings again and I love the "African Sky" pic, beautiful
Ronnie I could barely believe it when I went back through my pics and found that sky photo
I think it is beautiful too
You got some great birds on your drive, I've never seen secretary bird that far south in Kruger before.
We felt very lucky indeed to see that secretary saraf
Our one and only in Kruger over the 2 weeks we were there
Missed out on a few episode, just caught up
I absolutely love your photos
And such a wonderful heron and elly sighting
Thanks for taking the time to catch up on my TR Meerkitty
That was our closest biggest ellie, so we were thrilled, especially as he was so relaxed and we could spend some quality time with him
Despite only glimpsing a lion, we certainly could not complain about that drive
We saw sooooo much and felt so privileged just to be there
Our next day at Lower Sabie was, dare I say it, even better!!
Very cute bum shot
I thought you might like that bum shot chirinda
I've got plenty more
Thank you Pumbaa
I'm so glad you are enjoying my TR
It seems like Dad and I covered a lot of the same ground you did in February
(except by the time we got there all the cheetah had left the area
Dad and I were ecstatic when the secretary came out into the open
It's a wonder I even got a photo I was all thumbs with excitement
Meandering Mouse wrote:
Mel, what a beautiful Egret picture
and I love the colours, the rich red of your Lower Sabie entrance.
Oh dear, I have been so homesick that I have booked a weekend away in this beautiful place. Going next month.
Sometimes I really was amazed at some of the photos I took
And lucky lucky you going to Kruger next month!!
Do you think I might be able to squeeze somewhere in the back of WTB?
tent dweller wrote:
Melph68, I have just read your trip report (all 30 pages of it), just LOVE your photographs and especially the ones of the "roadblocks". I love those types of roadblocks, 1 million times better than the roadblocks we encounter every morning on our way to the office
Hi tent dweller
WOW, thank you so much for jumping on board my TR and catching up on 30 pages!!
I totally agree with you about the roadblocks
I appreciated being held up by each and every animal. I felt a part of their world, not our crazy rat race
(no offense to the rats
lion queen wrote:
Hi lion queen
Yes, seeing as though our lion sightings were very few and far between, listening to munching was a real thrill for us
Gosh, I've been neglecting you and your TR badly...
I also love the photos of your last installment - great colours.
Incredible what you manage with your 'little' camera!
I'm so glad you like my photos LS
Overall, I was really happy with my little camera
Although I reckon I need at least 2 cameras with long lenses next time (plus a "Mel" in the backseat to hand them to me
anxiously waiting with
Keep the popcorn warm ruthp, here we go!