Three rhinos in Nakuru park. The small pack looks white-grey against the thick acacia forrest behind them. The Nakuru park is also where you can find the famous flamingo’s if the water level in the lake is not too deep.
Vulture in flight on a pristine morning near the Mara river. After a heavy rainfall the river swells and it gets much more difficult for Wildebeest and Zebra to cross, this in terms result in many animals drowning and flowing down stream until the corpuses pile up where the river bends. This is where you will find hundreds of Vultures and Marabu storks.
View over the grass plains with a couple of giraffes looking for fresh sprouts on the acacia trees. Early morning and the sun is slowly warming the savanna with much needed warmth after a cold night.
Hyena covered in fresh blood trotting home. On this very early morning we met a hyena family coming home after they had been out the whole night. One after one they passed our car covered in blod on their necks and heads. They must have brought down a big animal as all of them had blod stains all over their bodies.
Vulture in black and white. When you take a closer look at the vulture there is few things that strikes you, one is the powerfull claws and the sharp beak for ripping flesh and picking meat of the bones of dead animals. The garbage man of the savanna.
Climbing up the Chogoria rute on a crystal clear morning. You can see nearly the whole Mount Kenya in all its glory this bright morning. The rivers, lakes, the deep ravines and the snow clad tops are all visible against a blue sky.
There is nothing like the smile of a lazy crocodile basking in the sun on a convenient outcrop in the river. These massive crocodiles spend most of the time half asleep but don’t be fooled the moment they see a zebra in the river they will spring into action faster than a rattlesnake.
Tsavo lion with the unique mane that characterise the lions that live in this rugged terrain. Although I have been on safari in Tsavo many times it is not that many times I have encountered lions in this park. In the old days of railroad building these particular lions had a fierce reputation for being man eaters.
Elephant walking next to the rear window of the car. Sometimes when waiting it happens that animals just passes your vehicle from unexpected places. Here the elephant came walking from behind while the car was parked.