Travel Photo of the Day (Feb. 8)

Impalas, a medium-sized Antelope, were everywhere in Botswana.  Their name derives from the Zulu language and it means gazelle.  Our guide, while he would discuss them, would often fly right by them since they are so common.  It is estimated that there are 2 million in Africa.  However, I really enjoyed seeing them.  Their faces are so sincere.

About TBM

TB Markinson is an American living in England. When she isn’t writing, she’s traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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40 Responses to Travel Photo of the Day (Feb. 8)

  1. wolke205 says:

    Impalas are great animals. I like how they move 🙂 Great shot as always 😀

  2. Such beautiful eyes. My god, what a beautiful creature. thank you

  3. xandimusic says:

    great photo TBM, great captured!!

  4. pagesofjulia says:

    I like how you said they have a sincere face – I love the look in this one’s eye. I always love the travel photos! Keep ’em coming!

  5. IsobelandCat says:

    Lovely pic. Still pondering their sincerity…

  6. EvilPoet says:

    What a beautiful shot! Well done. 🙂

  7. Wow, so close! Great shot.

  8. T. F. Walsh says:

    Great close up shot.

  9. Fergiemoto says:

    That is a FANTASTIC shot!

  10. What an amazing photo!! I wonder if they are as friendly as they look? 🙂

  11. The Hook says:

    Incredible shot! You have a knack…

  12. Such a beautiful, graceful creature…love it!

  13. Wow, those big eyes, I love them. Great shot, such a peaceful picture!

  14. deslily says:

    ahhhhh, beautiful, beautiful!!

  15. I love the button eyes, and yes I get what you mean about the sincere face – very graceful with a quiet charm indeed.

  16. Nandini says:

    Sincerity in their eyes too! Brilliant shot, TBM. 🙂

  17. niasunset says:

    Oh, this is so lovely, so lovely, Thank you dear TBM, with my love, nia

  18. buddhafulkat says:

    So much expression on it’s face. It shouldn’t be doe eyes, but rather impala eyes that people refer to.

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