Time To Explore From the old Africa album: sundown in the Maasai Mara quite a few moons ago. Time Square #3 Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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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.
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.
Oh, marvellous capture, Tish!
Moons kidogo or moons mingi? 😉
Adorable pic. Asante sana Tish.
Moons mingi 🙂
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.
That’s a sobering thought when you can measure your past in half centuries. I know that sense of dismay 🙂
Dismay indeed. 🙂 It reminds me reaching 20 and thinking: wow, I can count in twenties… 😉
Charming capture excellently titled – love your old Africa albums – do you have many? (as well as your photographic memory that Africa impressed upon you)
Hello Laura. Yes quite a few albums, though not all have been scanned.
Much to look forward to then Tish 🙂
I think there might be quite a few wildlife squares coming up shortly 🙂
It must be great to look back on your time there.
I’m still processing it – after 20+ years 🙂
That is a long time.
I can see how such an experience would be forever in your memory.
It certianly had a mind-altering effect (in a good way of course) 🙂
Close up encounters with wild animals can have a profound effect. I sometimes find animals I’ve met coming into my meditations.
That’s a very interesting observation. I think they can somehow claim our attention on many levels.
marvelous shot. My favorite subject without a doubt…
There may be a few more coming up 🙂
Oh these are so cute, and such a great #timesquare with so many time links. Wonderful 😊
Glad you liked this, Becky. I think they may have started a trend square-wise.
At the risk of repeating myself, fabulous, Tish! 🙂 🙂
No probs with repetition of that kind 🙂 🙂
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.
I do actually wonder if I was really there though 🙂
They look adorable, Tish.. I hope one day I can return to Maasai Mara. I miss Africa..
Babies, no matter what the species, are adorable. 😀
I think you’re right – I even quite like baby snails and that’s a big thing for a mollusc persecuted gardener 🙂
Baby snails are not to be blamed for the predation of their progenitors. 😀