Well, hello there!
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you have been mighty well. I am doing great. This is the first part of our holiday we were on in February. I have tried my utmost best to get the photo's down to 2 parts, but I just could not manage it. There is to much I want to share with you! So, there will be 3 parts! Yeah!
We had a lovely holiday in The Kruger National Park. We saw a lot of animals and experienced a wild golf course (with no fencing), a few elephants wanted to step on us and an angry lion "approached" (actually he kind of charged at us) the truck we were in on a morning drive.
I would like to share some of the memories with you. So, let's jump right into it!
Ps. All these shots were taken with my 700DSLR Canon camera, most of them on the Aperture function. I used Photoshop Elements 6 for the panorama. These photos were not edited.
First day: Arriving at the Phalaborwa Gate.
These next 2 photo's tells a story. We were watching the buffaloes from a distance. They were quiet and relaxed drinking some water and the next moment they started running and we were left with...
this! 3 Lionesses chased them around a bit. We could not believe it. First time I saw something like this in the park and it was epic!
The Elephant Centre in Letaba. Some of these tuskers were massive!
I feel so mini..
This is the view from the Mugg&Bean in Letaba. Quite nice and so quiet
This was taken at The Olifants River bridge on our way to Satara. One of the few places you are allowed to step out.
The Olifant's River
This is our little spot in Satara.
We went on a morning drive and this is the sun rising. The colors is just so beautiful. I am in awe at the color pallet. God is GREAT!
Check out next week's blog for part #2! Lot's of photo's still to come.
Speak to you soon...or sooner!