NAMIBIAN WILDNESS IN PICTURES


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November 29th 2006
Published: December 4th 2006
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We explored the whole south of the Etosha pan, including the campsites which date from the 60's, time of the Apartheid. The archtecture of the few builds reflect the preference of the Europeans, having nothing to do with the native Namibians.

LET THE PICTURES DO THE TALK. (just a sample of so much seen)



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OryxOryx
Oryx

I actually tasted one of these guys' relative. My only animal tasting proved to be tasty, but I just can think of eating one of these beautiful creatures again.
ZebrasZebras
Zebras

there are over 15,000 of them in Etosha
Rest stop for precious facility useRest stop for precious facility use
Rest stop for precious facility use

Note my band-aids. I also got a mosquito bite... in malaria area, I confess to be a little scared
ElandsElands
Elands

Entelope
Old elephant Old elephant
Old elephant

continued to eat away, ignoring our presence. It feels great to observe like a ghost, not disturbing their environment.Small tusks are sign of mineral deficiency
Lion cubsLion cubs
Lion cubs

they were being carefully watched by 2 moms


5th December 2006

Marcello: resposta
Oi Marcello. Obrigada pelo elogio das pictures. Camera Canon Power Shot S2 IS. Pouquissimo acesso a e-mail. Dou dicas de SF ASAP, ok? Beijos Patricia

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