Hi all, keeping up the pace with the blog I am back with the latest images.
This time I’m rounding off the day where we left off. We had a very quiet afternoon animal wise as everything we came across was asleep/hidden or simply not in the mood. All is never lost though and we were far from unhappy with our results as this magical sky unfolded when the afternoon slowly turned to evening.
I made the decision to leave the wildlife pursuits for the present time so we could get high and open in the hopes the drama continued to increase up above.
And as the sun vanished and the display turned into a dark blue mass we glugged our sundowners and headed for camp.
It can get you down a little on days that the wildlife just seems to be working against you, but the Mara usually has something up it’s sleeve and is why it holds such a special place in my heart and shows you should never head home early.
Until next time good people and thanks as always. Please do share any thoughts or questions on my Facebook page.
When I reach the end of the blog for this trip I will be posting an in depth overview of the best 5 or so images from Africa Live so far. If you have favourite, let me know! I will be putting together a concise gallery of the images from the last years as well.
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