Excellent Photo Adventures…Kenyan Safari…Lake Nakuru

Lake Nakuru is best known for the million + flamingos that are attracted to the algae that flourishes along the shores.  However, the last couple of years have brought on excessive rain and with it flooding which has shrunk the habitat for many of the wildlife that call Lake Nakuru home including the flamingos that may number in the hundreds at this time.  With that said, we had the most magical two mornings and a productive afternoon despite the afternoon thunderstorm.  The experiences were many and varied and so I’ll let the photos tell their own stories…

Cape Buffalo

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Grant’s Zebra

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I’ve always wanted a zebra fight sequence and was thrilled when one unfolded right before our lenses…

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with the chase…

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and pushing each other around…

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We had a special treat with not just one rhino sighting…

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but several…at…one time…

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and a cooperative fella who stopped to strike a pose for us…

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We couldn’t resist the Olive Baboons and they provided us several opportunities to capture their antics…

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I feel that Lake Nakuru was so productive in our short time there that I will make two blog posts of the area and wildlife that abounds there.  Stay tuned.