The egg chef
Getting ready to go - all three ladies on their iPhones!
Liz binds up Penny's thumb
On the road
Locals off to church
Taken from the vehicle
Tuk-Tuks in Tanzania
Pete and Paul at the lunch-stop
A 9 hour drive on the Sunday - longer than we expected.
From the crater edge
At Ngorongoro, it was building a nest
Be it ever so humble ......
Wildebeest as we arrived at the first camp, Kimondo. The line stretches for miles.
Our tent, Kimono - why are we always at the end!?
As you can see, plenty of separation between tents. There were only 8 at this site.
They didn't pay their bill.
We visited these rocks a few times
Vulture on 'Finals to land'.
Amazing how much time they can spend sleeping
He's already learnt how to take it easy
Two guinea fowl getting away from a lion
Less than elegant in flight
After a while you begin to respect them - even though they make a hell of a noise around the tents
The calf in the middle is about 5 minutes old. The afterbirth has not detached from the mother.
Mother and calf
A real feeding time for the predators - the young have to learn to run.
Close to the tent at Kimondo
Zebra and Wildebeest - frequently together
One of my 'panning' shots to get some motion.
The Serengeti - wide open spaces.
Same shot in colour
D3100MineSerengetilion on Kopies
He has swallowed a large bone which will not go down. Could kill the bird eventually.
That has got to feel weird, going down.
Lounge tent at Kimondo
All ready to leave for camp 2 - a 7 hour drive.