Today is the last day of our journey. I didn't want to leave. It was beautiful here. At least I have one last game drive and luckily the weather was BEAUTIFUL. I couldn't ask for anything more...well, except my giraffe-zebra-rhino shot. I never did get it. Rats!
I love this neutral density filter!
You ever wondered how I got these shots? Yup, this is how. We just found a spot with no doo-doo and made ourselves comfortable!
This is Josh Martin! Yay! You finally get to see his face!
We were pretty darn close...
Just as we were finishing up with the rhinos we got a call from the other land rover that they spotted a cheetah! They said that there's only one cheetah in the reserve and they actually found him. You must think, hmmm, the reserve must be pretty small and it should be easy to find him. THE RESERVE IS 17,500 ACRES. How cool is that??
Notice his belly? He just got done with a kill so he was stuffed to the gills. He was also easy to follow cause he wasn't moving around too fast. I guess I wouldn't be able to either if I just got done eating an antelope!
I got my last glimpse of the black rhino
And he was hanging out with the white rhino!
This is my verrrry slooooow action series:
hahahaah cute yah!
Fun fact: If you see a baby rhino running with its mother, if the baby is in front then that is a white rhino. If the baby is running behind, that's the black....they're not quite running here but they were earlier, hehe
This is the secretary bird. It's the only bird that I remembered its name
Bye bye oryx!
Thank you Robin and the The Safari Collection for a trip I will never ever ever forget!