Category Archives: Chobe

Weekly Photo Challenge: Morning (on the Road)

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

Weekly Photo Challenge: Opposites (1)

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.

A Bird a Day in June: Day 27 -Northern Carmine Bee-eater

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

Other Bee-eaters


Weekly Photo Challenge: Monochromatic Chobe

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Monochromatic.” Taken on our Safari in Chobe National Park, Botswana.