A contribution to this week’s photo challenge on the theme Morning.
A year ago we had just completed a month long tour through from Lake Victoria to Victoria Falls via Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Botswana (including a brief excursion into Zimbabwe and a travel through Mozambique waters). All the photos below were taken during the mornings as we travelled across the continent. You can find out more by checking the link
Day 1- Mwanza Airport
Day 2 – Early Departure -Dar Coach Station
Day 3 – South of Songea
Day 4 – Mbamba Bay Morning
Day 5 – Mbamba Bay
Day 6 -Sunrise over Mozambique
Day 7 – Mango Drift – Likoma Island
Day 8 – Likoma Sunrise
Day 9 – Lake Malawi Morning
Day 10 – Monkey Bay Sunrise
Day 11 – Monkey Bay – Morning Monkey
Day 12 – Arrival at Chilmba Village (Chief’s House)
Day 13 – Zomba Plateau
Day 14 – Zomba Morning Departure
Day 15 – Dedza Pottery
Day 16- Lilongwe Bus Station – Keeping Warm
Day 17- Lusaka Coach Station
Day 18 – Victoria Falls
Day 19 – Chobe Trio
Day 20 – Zip Wire over the Gorge
Day 21 – Coach from Livingstone to Lusaka
Day 22 – Kapiri Mposhi Station
Day 23 – Tazara Train – Breakfast?
Day 24 – Tazara Train & Tunnels
Day 25- Kipepeo Beach
Day 26- Sunrise over the Indian Ocean
Day 27 – Union Cafe – Moshi
Day 28 – Coffee Plantation on Kilamanjaro
Day 29 – Return to Mwanza
A submission to this week’s photo challenge : opposites
The bee-eater stands out a vibrant green and blue against the drab brown background of the scrubland.
Day 27 of a series illustrating some of the fantastic birds we see here on Lake Victoria and across Tanzania. Many of these are seen in our garden – but this is the another one from elsewhere in Tanzania and further afield.
Northern Carmine Bee-eater
White Throated Bee-eater
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Monochromatic.” Taken on our Safari in Chobe National Park, Botswana.
Swallow in flight
Elephant Close UP
Lilac Breated Roller