That moment when you drive over a bridge and look down into the eyes of a big male leopard… Pilanesberg hosts a good many leopard, but spotting them always seems to be a game of chance. I can tell you my hands shake every time I meet one of these magnificent creatures!
Photo taken in Pilanesberg National Park
An adorable baby rhino resting in the shade. Rhinos spend their days and nights grazing, only resting during the hottest hours of the day. After birth, a baby rhino can walk within an hour. A rhino is born without a horn, but the front horn becomes visible within one or two months. The back horn starts growing when the calf is about a year old. The calf will stay with its mother for about three years before setting off on its own.
The employees of a small shop where all kinds of artisanal repairing and creative work is done. Look at their proud faces!
Outside temperature is over 35 degrees Celsius – another hot and thirsty day in Lusaka!
Photo of Bronze mannikins taken in my garden.
Inspiration: This butterfly is battered – but she is not broken and still flying!
Photo taken of a citrus swallowtail in my garden in Lusaka, Zambia
The beautiful Shalow’s Turaco looking a bit bedraggled after a bath on a hot day!
Photo taken in our garden in Lusaka, Zambia