A look down the Tana river in Tsavo East. Near the Yatta Plateau and Lugard Falls.
Zebras amassing before crossing the Mara river. There need to be a critical mass before the Zebra decides to cross the river.
The Ewaso Ng’iro shows the calm and tranquil personalty during the dry season. The river can look quite different when the rainy season feeds the river with massive amount of water and it sweeps everything away. Some doum palms is also visible in the picture.
They are difficult to find but finally we got sight of two of the elusive Klipspringers of Tsavo
A very late afternoon at the Mara River a young Wildebeest is running in full flight to reach the safety of the riverbank.
Multicolor lizard sitting picturesque on a stone in Masai Mara. I am not a expert in reptiles and are actually not sure what the correct name is for this little pretty gecko.
Zebra being pulled down by a massive crocodile. Lurking under the surface is huge crocodiles that just wait for the right moment to pull down a free meal.
Wildebeests jumping out in the Mara river for a dangerous crossing. A large heard of Wildebeests on a late afternoon, the sun is setting and a vigorous journey to safety on the other side is in full swing.