A Vulture hanging effortlessly over the quickly moving waters of the Mara river.
Looking at the Ngong hills from the Great Rift Valley about 13 kilometers from the Magadi road
Naughty Vervet Monkey keeping an eye on our evening cooking. They are very skilled at stealing just about anything that looks eatable.
A small herd of dusty gray rhinos in Nakuru National park.
Quite unusual to experience complete still air and the sea looking like a gigantic mirror of the morning sky.
Vulture flying over the savanna on a hot day near the Mara river. Slowly gliding trough the air with minimum wing movement this vulture scans the ground for cadavers near the river.
Small Warthog in the tall yellow grass on the Savannah
Lonely Zebra standing on the great grass plains in Masai Mara
Beautiful Reticulated Giraffe in Meru National Park
Hippo suffering from malnutrition under a severe drought in Tsavo West. Looking for some dried grass to eat, before returning to a dried out watering hole.
Three massive Marabou storks sitting digesting after feasting on carcasses drowned in the Mara river.
Images from a ascent up Mt. Kenya in the rainy season on the rugged Naromuro route to the diminishing Lewis Glacier.
The Secretary Bird is known for its powerful legs and can easily kill small snakes and other reptiles in the tall grass.
United Nations video from the Lewis Glacier on Mount Kenya.
This Hippo did not like our presence and left the small lake with a turtle hanging on the back. The turtle did not fall off as long as I could watch the Hippo disappear in the forest.
The snow covered tops of Point Lenana and Batian on a clear, cold morning near Shipton’s Camp on Mount Kenya.