35 thoughts on “Time To Explore

  1. I so love our African photographs. They make me years for farway fields with animals still healthy in herds. Better not to go now. I have a feeling it is much changed and not for the better.

    1. Oh I don’t know. Kenyans have been doing an awful lot of conservation work, though admittedly there have been encroachments by new highways and a railway through various parks. And yes the never ending poaching of rhino horn and ivory. But apart from national parks, quite a few private sanctuaries have arrived since our time, and some of them are vast.

      1. I know, I know. I think I mentioned I was finishing up cataloguing the Kenya files. Those photos were taken 50 years ago… OMG. 🙂
        Kwaheri sassa Memsahib. Wishing you well.

      1. Close up encounters with wild animals can have a profound effect. I sometimes find animals I’ve met coming into my meditations.

  2. Been enjoying the Dynasties TV programmes recently; lions are such wonderful creatures, though the way males will kill the cubs if they aren’t their own always makes me sad. How lovely to have seen this family.

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