Tag Archives: Okavango Delta
Can you find the animal?
During our stay in the Okavango Delta, we would sit at this table every morning for breakfast before heading out on a game drive. I loved the soft colors this time of day.
Aisla’s travel theme this week honors the UN’s International Day of Peace, which is today, September 21st. 2012’s theme is ‘Sustainable Peace for a Sustainable Future.’ To help celebrate this day, Aisla has suggested that we post photos featuring white … Continue reading
Well folks, today is my last entry for Frizztext’s A-Z archive photo challenge. I knew we were approaching the end, but it is still sad to see it come. To celebrate the letter Z, I wanted to share some of my photos … Continue reading
Animals are some of the most wonderful creations on our planet. Here are some shots of a lion couple before and after the mating process. I hope they created an offspring for future generations to see in the wild. Before: After: … Continue reading
Just after the sunset in the Okavango Delta in Botswana.
When I first visited the Okavango Delta in Botswana I was amazed by all of the water, especially since this flooding is seasonal. After the flooding the water will disappear due to evaporation and by draining into the sea. And then the whole process … Continue reading
This week’s letter for Frizztext’s A-Z archive photo challenge is S. We spied this lion in the Okavango Delta. Even though there was a jeep full of people snapping photos this lion didn’t seem to mind and continued snoozing. For other … Continue reading
This week’s letter for Frizztext’s A-Z archive photo challenge is O. The Okavango Delta, located in Botswana, is the world’s biggest inland delta. It is created each year by seasonal flooding. During the summer months, January-February, the Okavango River spills onto … Continue reading