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“Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I’m going to take tomorrow." – Imogen Cunningham

“A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it.” – Edward Steichen

Kruger National Park, Part 2

More animals for you all to enjoy!

These lions were really far away, but with the power of all of my zoom, I managed a photo. Still they were too sleepy to care about us, one way or the other.

Look! An elephant crossing the road.

A (male) baboon. I considered giving him a modesty patch for the web, but I figured we all have to learn basic anatomy at some point. :)

Some grooming. Fun!

A huge baobab tree. Possibly the coolest tree ever. 

Giraffe tongue is amazing! And that's just a very small part of it. 

And then a giraffe crossed the road.

Cape buffalo, chewing on some grass.

This is a female buffalo.

This is a male.

A zebra face!

A lilac breasted roller, which is such a pretty bird! Look at that coloring!

I couldn't resist another shot.

And then another elephant crossed the road!

With a baby elephant following close behind.

Another giraffe, a lady this time.

Another baby elephant.

A jackal.

More zebra.

And a view of the road as we drove out of the park at the end of a long, amazing amazing day. Kruger, you were incredible. Evan, let's go back!