Anyway, I thought I'd try to craft some prose around the photos, which is why it's taken so long. I've finally accepted reality and given up on that dumb (and immensely time-consuming) idea. So I'll just chuck in some commentary here and there instead.
|No it's not the local fauna. But it's just as tasty!
|Local police roadblock. Note the corporate sponsorship/advertising ...
|One of the better shanty houses by the highway
|Roads that go forever
|A classic African bushland setting - taken from a passing car
|I love these signs - the fun is in working out what the symbols forbid - it's cheating to read the words!
|In Australia, we might have kangaroo or even the odd long-necked snapping turtle. In Namibia, it's kudu.
|A cyanide-laden millipede
|Another classic African bushland setting - and yet another Dylanesque photo
|Having a nightcap
|Two young bucks trying to show who's boss - and dragging their old fellas along the ground to prove it!
|The Hippo Family leaving the local baths
|A pair of ostriches. Meep meep!!
|White rhino tracks. You can tell because of the pad at the back of the track
|The Jackal approaches the River ...
|A cute little Steenbock.
|The view from the game truck
|Rhino dung - several days old
|Painted African Wild Dog