My interview in Exhibition

Happy to share a short video of the B&W photo Exhibhition happened recently where I had exhibited my wildlife images with a short interview .

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Nature’s play

Hi friends,
So, its been sunny and bright all thru Jan & Feb in Kampala, good for taking pictures…Set out for a birding trip to Mabamba Bay yesterday..But nature was not too kind to show me the birds but presented with an incredible sight of the cloud formation over Lake Victoria. One of the shortest photo trip , I ever had.

Giraffe in Amboseli

During one of the morning game drives in Amboseli National Park in Kenya, I came across this unusual sight of two giraffes playing with each other. The background of the huge Acacia tree caught my attention which is very typical of Amboseli savannah.

Aerial view

Thank you all for your wonderful likes, follows and your support. It encourages me more to post African wildlife for you all to enjoy. If I can do any improvements to my blog, please feel free to share. Have a blessed weekend.

Cat in motion

This leopard was on a hunt as it zoomed past our safari vehicle during one of the Masai Mara safari…It was in the early morning before sunrise. I decided to take a panning shot and what image came out was this beautiful big cat walking.

Black bellied bustard

The word bustard (from the French word bistard) has its origin in the Latin words avis tarda meaning “slow bird”.These birds have distinctive long legs and necks which enable them to see over tall grass.
Taken at Amboseli National park, Kenya

Weaver bird

A Weaver bird just about to take off …This shot was taken at lake Mburo National park, Uganda.

Egret with elephant background

 

This is a typical sight in Chobe river, Botswana where water birds and elephants can be seen together.

 

Croc kill

 

An action shot a crocodile killing a cat fish in the Chobe river, Botswana. if you notice , a piece of meat flying the the air on the top left corner…

Hungry eyes

This lioness was hungry and looking for a hunt. She walked past our vehicle is when she turned and gave a deadly look . Taken at Chobe National park,Botswana.

Monitor lizard

The Nile monitor lizard is the largest lizard in Africa. Because they eat crocodile eggs, Nile monitors are often seen near crocodile nesting sites. This was taken in Chobe ,Botswana where it was coming towards a dead fish.