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Who will start the ball rolling with an African image - the subject of which begins with B?

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Bangweulu Black Lechwe to start off B

 

Photo taken August 2007 with my Pentax K100 D

 

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This is a great concept GW which all Safaritalkers will enjoy.

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samburumags

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Bush Bog :lol:

Found in 2005 in the Maasai Mara, close to the river and "shot" with a Canon Powershot.

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Buffalo, or should it be under 'C' for Cape Buffalo?

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Game Warden

B is for...

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Bananas, and

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Bubbling banana beer.

 

Both pics taken at Mto Wa Mbu, before the effects of the beer kicked in...

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Buffalo, Lake Nakuru National Park, 2011

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Bus Stop, on the road to Lake Nakuru, Kenya, 2011

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My favourite animal at Jack's Camp, the brown hyena.

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Beach

 

Malindi, Kenya. September 2009

 

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B is for bed, in our own multi-starred accommodation (we sniff at merely 5).

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Nope - the camp is not just behind the camera. It's like this all the way around. The next bed to us was perhaps 50-100m away. This was set up far outside of camp, totally out in the open, away from anything at all - except the blanket of stars. We had been brought here after sunset and in darkness for dinner. Sleeping in a warm bed out in the open had been totally unexpected. Before breakfast the following morning, we just had to re-make the bed and set this whole thing up for some shots. It looks and feels a little surreal. It was an amazing experience.

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Rainbirder

So the Nikon and big lens is on the left, you on the right

...............Where did your wife sleep?

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Baza

canon 7d + 500mm f4+ 1.4TC has a small crop

 

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So the Nikon and big lens is on the left, you on the right

...............Where did your wife sleep?

It's obvious. She drew the short straw and had sentry duty of course :rolleyes:

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mmackwan

might give another Baza

 

canon 7d +500mm f4 + 1.4 TC

 

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Blacksmith plover..about one week old at Duba Plains 2010

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savoche

@@marg, I believe my Blacksmith is younger than yours :D

 

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I mean, that is a plover, isn't it?

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If it is a Blacksmith Plover, I concede you win!

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savoche

Actually, (and again I have to trust the guide on this) this is an even younger Blacksmith!

 

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(Maybe this one fits better under "E" - unless it's served with bacon (ehm, sorry).)

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Game Warden

Let's have some picture updates to this topic.

 

Matt

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