Sunday, 15 March 2009

Safaring (II)

More wildlife shots at Mala Mala Game Reserve, South Africa, here and here.

11 comments:

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

A fantastic collection of pics Jose. I was just about to say I think the leopard is my favourite here when I saw the cheetah and cubs. Now THAT is definitely fantastic. There is no animal on earth like them and would give and arm and a leg to own one.

I think it is about time you did another trip, Africa is calling you. :)

uncleawang said...

I never been to any safari yet.Nature is always beautiful & happy indeed to see most animals here protected.

joo said...

Photos are wonderful, I really enjoy your blog and decided to appreciate what you post here with Kreativ Blogger Award. It's waiting for you on mu Daily Haiku blog. Greetings:)

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi JM :)

It is exciting to see so many animals in their natural habitat. The lion you skillfully captured is really huge and majestic.
I specially like lion,the king of all animals, because I am a LEO.

Many thanks for sharing these beautiful photos.

Best wishes :)

Manuel Morata said...

Fantástica Sudafrica y todo lo que en ella hay. Debe ser inquietante viajar allí.

Un fuerte abrazo.

travelandtrips said...

Hello,

Uauuu.. nice photos..

I realy want do a safari.. it's amazing..

Have a nice week..

=)

http://travelandtrips.wordpress.com/

Barb said...

I babysat my grandson who is almost 3 for a few hours and showed him your photos and he loved them,they are amazing....Barb

Tinsie said...

Scary. Almost as scary as penguins.

Earl John said...

Photos are excellent and we cannot deny that you have a great talent in photography. thanks for sharing your shots and hope we can see more of them.

red devil said...

Sudafrica es un pais rico en cuanto a la biodiversidad de su territorio, ademas de presentarse una mezcla de culturas la cual lo posisiona como uno de los paises mas sobresalientes del continente africano.

Saludos.

humanobserver said...

Seemed you really had a great time there.