Tanzanian Animals (part two)


A Zebra on the Serengeti dines casually near the road.


A young Giraffe near Lake Manyara tries to blend in.


Wildebeest on the move in the Serengeti Plains.


A friend stretches near a crowd of hippos in Ngorongoro Crater.


Termite mounds make for good scratching posts. Another Elephant waits its turn.


Red Elephants abound in Manyara because of the rich volcanic dirt.


Maasai have lived in harmony with the land for generations.


A Leopard makes a rare appearance high above a rocky outcropping in the Serengeti.

2 responses

  1. John

    So much personality in those animals, I love it. I recently read a nice quotation, “We have known freedom far greater than yours” — the words of a Maasai to the aviator Charles Lindbergh.

    August 31, 2011 at 2:21 pm

  2. ml

    That picture of the Maasai really put things into context and perspective – lovely pics!

    August 31, 2011 at 11:34 pm

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