Impala gazelles in the tall yellow grass of the savanna. All ears directed towards what could be a treat, nervous and close to running at the instance of just a small disturbance.
The unreal landscape of Buffalo Springs National Reserve, rough river beds and strange formed rocks and small mountains carved out in this small semi dry gem of a park.
Scarred and battle hardened lion in Samburu National Park. A look at the face and it is obvious that this guy has been at the receiving end of quite a few sharp claws.
A large Baobab tree near the stunning lake Jipe that boarders Tanzania.
Zebra and wildebeest making the crossing over the Mara river. Swallow water and the risk of a crocodile attack or drowning is much less.
On the way up the slopes of Mount Kenya. The 3 million year old stratovolcano was once over 7000 meters high, but erosion over time has lowered the hight to 5188 meters. This image is from the Chogoria route that is probably also the most scenic way to accent the mountain.
Another Hyena coming home covered in blod and mud. Looking a bit tired trotting slowly over the grass plains with other family member coming behind.
Saddle-billed stork in Musiara Swamp looking for small vertebrates in the swallow waters of the swamp. Quite a pretty bird with the red and black marks predominantly on the beak.
Batian in all its glory on a clear cold morning as seen from point Lenana. It is always a grand experience to climb Mount Kenya in January or February, the views are spectacular when you reach the upper peaks.
Elephant standing in the Musiara Swamp in Masai Mara. The swamp is known as a hotspot for wildlife in the park with a great number of birds and mammals using the area as their feeding ground.
Chyulu Hills on an early morning. The clouds and mist are just clearing on this cold morning, we camped overnight on the slopes on one of the large hills and had this amazing view for breakfast.
Fire on the grass lands happens frequently and it gives way for fresh sprouts of green grass to gives new life to the savanna. The animals love this feast of fresh new grass that is much easier to digest. Many times the fires start by self combustion, it is the circle of life that feeds the many animals living on the savanna.