Diving at the reef around Funzi island. The sun and waves are making chaotic light streaks in the swallow waters.
One of the peaks of Mount Kenya. Point Lenana is located on the stratovolcano Mount Kenya and is the third highest peak at 4985 meters
The sun is just setting in the horizon and the blue hour has started. The zebras are standing next to the famous lake Naivasha in the Rift Valley.
It is supposed to have a healing effect to submerge your body in the mineral rich waters of the hot springs of Lake Magadi.
Making a bit of noise to indicate that we are not welcome.
Standing on the plains behind the great Kilimanjaro a single zebra on a dusty patch.
Like flying in open cockpit with all the clouds moving over the mountain.
Lake Magadi is a swallow water body full of soda and other minerals making the waters rich in algae and small fish. The abundance of those resources are in turn feeding the thousands of water birds traversing the shores.
Did not have to go anywhere, this Hornbill landed in the tree next to my house. Quite a expressive face on this beautiful bird.
Inside the dense mangrove forest behind Funzi island is a wealth of bird species that feeds of the insects vertebrae and fish thriving among the mangrove roots.
The simmering heat is distorting the long telephoto shot of this small group of flamingos feeding on the algae in Lake Magadi.
A giraffe in silhouette against Mt Longonot as a massive backdrop.
Sitting drinking at a small mud hole on the open grass plains. Grey Headed Sparrow.
Old elephant dust bathing. Huge plumes of dust swivel around as he picks up soil and blows it around.
With the escarpment as a fitting backdrop a ostrich is running toward us.
Beautiful Cheetah standing in the tall grass in the Masai Mara triangle