where the wild things are

A few animal pics from our africa adventures so far. The full set can be viewed here:

Angie in the lions den (tame lions being gradually reintroduced to the wild)

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We found this squid washed up on Kommetjie beach

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The penguin mafia doing a perimeter check at Boulders beach

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We followed this wild pride of lions for half an hour while they scouted for prey at Nottens Bush Camp, Sabi Sands

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Little elly telling us to p*ss off

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Hyena keeping a close watch on a leopard kill

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Leopard kill

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Male leopard guards his prey (stolen away from a female leopard with two hungry pups!)

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Elephant graveyard (sort of)

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Black rhino chilling at a waterhole
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Little elly doing a dance for us

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Baby giraffe with an itch

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Zebra munching on some grass

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Hippo’s hanging out (but not swimming – which they can’t do)

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Very well camouflaged owl right next to our campsite in Kruger

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Ground hornbill

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Zebra scooting across the road in front of us

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Nyala walking though our rest spot

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Wildebees (translation: wild beast) looking on

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Warthogs having dinner on Vic Falls main street

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Lazy lions

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Elephant posing for the PPC cement logo

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African sunset

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The milky way

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8 Responses to where the wild things are

  1. Givens says:

    Angie – this is unbelievable! These look like they are direct from NatGeo. Is the Milky Way pic taken with some kind of crazy camera, or is that how the sky looks? I am dripping with jealousy!

  2. Emily Ward says:

    Angie – love your blog! What you are doing is sooo inspiring. Thank you for sharing all of your adventures and photos.

  3. angiebradshaw says:

    meg and emily! so nice to hear from you both and glad you enjoyed the photos/etc.

    meg, to answer your question, we used tripod (to hold the camera steady) and a digital SLR camera to take the starry sky, but in real life it looked just about like it came out in the photo.

  4. Amanda says:

    Angie and Steve – these pictures are out of this world. It makes me slightly depressed even looking through them. So happy for you guys – absolutely living vicariously through you both. Amazing. Lots of love xoxo

  5. Andrew Visser says:

    Hey guys,

    Pics look awesome. The rhino one in particular.

  6. lauren keeton says:

    Stangie,
    I am so happy for you both. Looks like you are having the time of your life. I’m sure your stories and pictures make everyone want to drop everything and just travel for a bit. I know how that’s how it makes me feel.

  7. Heather Schultz says:

    Angie and Steve!! Such AMAZING photos! Love them. Looks like you are having a wonderful time!

  8. Angie Bradshaw says:

    Thanks Heather! When’s your photo blog coming out? :) I’ve loved seeing your photos via Facebook…I’m so impressed!

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