Okavango Delta, Botswana.
This extraordinary image was taken in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Unusual to see a leopard lose its footing in a tree, and astonishing timing to capture the image! Head for the bush - click on pic to find where to stay in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. 📸 @charl_stols Post via @ krugerexplorer
Chobe National Park ~ Botswana
A baboon investigates a kaleidoscope of yellow butterflies. Click on pic to see more of Chobe National Park. 📸 @corlette_wessels_photography Post via @ africageo
Chobe National Park - Botswana
"Between true friends, even water drunk together is sweet enough." African proverb Click on pic to see more of Chobe.
Chobe National Park - Botswana.
"Seconds from disaster" 😳 Coming to you from Chobe National Park - Botswana ... "Well known for being one of the best wildlife destinations in the world." Go see for yourself - click on pic to find your Chobe National Park accommodation.
Amazing day in Botswana 🐆🦓
After this leopard tried to take down this zebra, the leopard walked up to the zebra, as if they were making friends. The zebra touched his muzzle on the leopards head. The leopard left. Yes, leopards do hunt young zebra. 📸 Kevin Dooley
Naro Bushmen of Botswana
The San, also referred to as Bushmen, are the oldest inhabitants of Southern Africa, where they have lived for at least 20 000 years. Walk with these amazing people in Botswana, go on the ultimate adventure, plan your Botswana safari.
Okavango Delta ~ Botswana ... "Africa's last Eden"
Experience the ultimate safari, where game-viewing is unsurpassed and travelers can marvel in sighting lion, elephant, hyena, wild dog, buffalo, giraffe, hippo and crocodiles. Photo: Zicasso
Okavango Delta, Botswana
Free fall! Image by Pangolin Photo host @charl_stols Photography - 1st runner up in the category Cats Of Africa, @NaturesBestPhotographyAfrica competition. Post via @pangolinphotosafaris
Table Mountain Cableway.
The Cableway was built in the period 1926-1929 and although these images might have been taken then I have a hunch that they date from about 1900, in other words about 26 years earlier. Could it be that this was an earlier separate undertaking? Any input would be most welcome. Photo; Thanks to fellow flickr member emmyeustace for the use. See her sets for more historic South African images here ; www.flickr.com/photos/59036290@N07/collections/7215762627... For more on the Cableway see…