Birds abound in the Okavango Delta and when the lighting isn’t good, I always aim for silhouettes. I was lucky to capture a juvenile fish eagle, lilac breasted roller and others within a short distance from our camp.
The carmine bee-eaters were a nightmare. They are super quick, never stay still for long and settle miles away from the game vehicles. Not one of my photographs was perfectly in focus which is a real pity as their colours are striking. Next time 🙂
Then there were nests and termite mounds inhabited by warthogs
And the inimitable “KBC”, safari guide extraordinaire at Fallen Baobab bush camp who – when he’s not making everyone laugh with his antics – also seconds as a mokoro* poler.
* a dugout canoe used extensively in the Okavango Delta