Trio of Wildebeest in the Masai Mara National Park

Trio of Wildebeest in the Masai Mara National Park

There are over 70 different species of antelope in Africa. Wildebeest are one of eight antelope species in the Masai Mara.

Elephants of the Masai Mara

Elephants of the Masai Mara

I can sit back and watch elephants for hours. They are very intelligent and protective of their young. Up close they are extremely massive.

The Elusive Masai Mara Leopard

The Elusive Masai Mara Leopard

The leopard is the most difficult of all the animals to see in the Masai Mara. It camouflages well and spends much of its time in the trees.

Children of the Kamba Tribe

Children of the Kamba Tribe

I love interacting with children when I go to different places. I hung out with these kids in a small village in the South Coast of Mombasa. They followed me around the whole village like my personal escorts.

African Fish Eagle at Lake Naivasha

African Fish Eagle at Lake Naivasha

An African fish eagle gracefully swoops down on a fish at Lake Naivasha in Kenya.

Crested Cranes

Crested Cranes

Two Crested Cranes in the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya. The Crested Crane is the national bird of Uganda and is on their national flag.

Singing Siblings

Singing Siblings

Walking through my friend’s village, we came across his two cousins playing on the swing. Just on the outside of Mombasa on the South Coast of Kenya.

Yawning and Stretching

Yawning and Stretching

Lions, like most big cats, are extremely lazy animals. They spend the majority of their day just laying around and sleeping.

Roadside Fruits and Vegetables

Roadside Fruits and Vegetables

Fruit and vegetable stands are some of the first things I look for when I touchdown in a new place. This photo is from a roadside just outside Mombasa. The food has a look about them that seems more authentic than what’s in supermarket grocery stores.

Impalas and Wildebeests

Impalas and Wildebeests

Impalas and Wildebeests make up two of the eight species of antelope in the Masai Mara National Park.

Smiling Mombasa Lady

Smiling Mombasa Lady

While walking through a village in Mombasa, this lady invited me into her house area to look around. She just left me there with her family while she went to prayer at the mosque.

Friends Relaxing in the Shade

Friends Relaxing in the Shade

Two Kenyan boys relaxing on a hot day in Mombasa.

Watch Your Back

Watch Your Back

I believe this cheetah was the mother because she would stop eating and look around while the others kept on eating.

Topi in Masai Mara

Topi in Masai Mara

The topi is one of eight antelope species found in the Masai Mara National Park.

Kenyan Girl Preparing Dinner

Kenyan Girl Preparing Dinner

A young girl in the South Coast of Mombasa cutting potatoes to cook.

Topi in the Distance

Topi in the Distance

A topi antelope going for a stroll in the Masai Mara National Park.

Young Impalas

Young Impalas

A heard of impalas grazing in the Masai Mara National Park.

Kamba Girls

Kamba Girls

Two girls from the Kamba tribe in the South Coast of Mombasa laughing with me while their family prepares tea.

Hippos Lounging in the Sun

Hippos Lounging in the Sun

The hippopotamus is regarded as the most dangerous animal in Africa. They are found near lakes and rivers and can live up to 45 years.

Cheetah Family Eating a Wildebeest

Cheetah Family Eating a Wildebeest

A family of cheetahs feasting on a wildebeest in the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya.

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