Travel Photo of the Day (November 1)

Can you see his friend?

Photo taken in Chobe National Park in Botswana.

About TBM

TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order. Her novels have hit Amazon bestseller lists for lesbian fiction and lesbian romance. She cohosts the Lesbians Who Write Podcast (lesbianswhowrite.com) with Clare Lydon. TB also runs I Heart Lesfic (iheartlesfic.com), a place for authors and fans of lesfic to come together to celebrate lesbian fiction.
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30 Responses to Travel Photo of the Day (November 1)

  1. niasunset says:

    But I can’t see dear TBM, 🙂 Lovely photograph. Thank you, love, nia

  2. mothergrogan says:

    His friend? Ah, the giraffe! 🙂

  3. lynnsbooks says:

    Not often that you get to take a shot of a two-tummied giraffe! Well done. Yes, you can just about spot the buddy in this shot but for a moment it looked like you’d done something clever Photoshop!
    Lynn 😀

  4. I see him, I see him, but I won’t spoil the surprise 🙂

  5. Northern Narratives says:

    I like to look at the patterns on the giraffe. Nice photo.

  6. beebeesworld says:

    Yeah, but, I had to look a bit-neat shot!

  7. lonelykidd0 says:

    What are they doing? Lol

  8. He’s sticking his neck out for ya!!

  9. pattisj says:

    Ha! Yes, a little feathered friend!

  10. scrapydo says:

    I can see his friend the ox pecker! Keeps him clean of ticks! 🙂

  11. Fergiemoto says:

    Awww…that’s so cute! Both benefit from the friendship. Great shot!

  12. ilargia64 says:

    Yes, I can see it!!! Nice how they do help each other…Sometimes we humans should look to nature and learn something…

  13. cupitonians says:

    I love how matter-of-fact the giraffes are in their day to day life and how they just stroll without the slightest worry in the world. Africa is beautiful and you’ve done justice in capturing a part of her!

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