Secrets we can't understand. A tightly bonded Grey Crowned Crane couple from earlier this month.
Living comfortably out of a light backpack. For those wondering what American Gear Guide uses on trips; the responsible, local, cool American made gear that I used on this trip included: - ULA Ohm 2.0 backpack - Western Mountaineering Quickflash Down Jacket (Yeah, it dips into the 30s F even in lion country) - Princeton Tec Vizz Headlamp - Farm to Feet & Darn Tough Socks - New Balance 574 Shoes - A few American Apparel Tshirts - Woolrich Wool Shirt - Op/Tech USA camera & lens cases - Kershaw Skyline Knife - Sawyer Mini Water Filter & Bottle - Okabashi Indigo Classic FlipFlops
Capturing the wobbly trot of penguins made me laugh. My last days here were spent visiting these clumsy land lubbers and wineries near Cape Town.
The farm country near Swellendam, South Africa.
Rock, sky, Indian Ocean. Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa.
Making positive memories while spreading the joy of adventuring outdoors, what else could I ask for? The last day in Kruger I somehow managed to find a critically endangered black rhino through the bush (last brushy photo). I wouldn't mind staying longer but life always moves on; so now I'm headed to Cape Town along the lush spring time coast.
What a former wildlife biologist does for night life. Kruger National Park, South Africa PS if you didn't know, scorpions glow bright green under UV light, making them easy to find at night.
What Aslan eats.
I've found Aslan. Kruger National Park & Timbavati Reserve, South Africa.