African Safari: Photos
By Lila Williams
Please enjoy these photos from my trip to Africa over the summer!
Zebras are very nervous animals; they run from any source of movement that could pose a threat to them.
Although I am not a morning person, waking up early to get this picture wasn’t a challenge. The sunrises in Africa are an ombre of yellow, orange, and pink.
A long day of walking and waiting finally paid off. The sunsets in Africa are a beautiful ombre of orange, pink, and blue.
This is a young Sable. You can tell its age by the length of its horns.
These are 2 Gemsbok (pronounced; gims-buck) walking by a watering hole.
This is a very young Nyala (you can tell because it has white tips on its horns) standing alone in the tall grass.
These 2 Kudu look like deer, but they are about the size of a horse.
This Roan Antelope is also young (you can tell by the horn length and tip color), and its face is very similar to the Gemsbok.
Although you can’t see it in this picture, this giraffe is actually standing with 5 others, including 2 calves.