this leguaan (monitor lizard) spent a long time pretending to be part of the mopane tree while listening intently to some small movement deep in the hole in the bark - he was also watching us quite intently. When we moved, he upended himself into the tiny hole and squeezed his whole body upside down into the trunk of the tree until even the tip of his tail was out of sight. How on earth he ever got out again we shall never know. Perhaps he is still in there.
Here is a white rhino peeping through the bushes. I just like this one because for such huge, tank like, fiercesome creatures - you would not expect them to by shy and fearful
this is what we do after it rains - race out to see how much water has run into the dams. The idea is to collect as much water as possible in these dams, so that it sustains the wildlife through the oncoming dry season.
porcupine on the trail of the banana biscuit stash
have you ever been tempted to wave back to a cloud?