It breathes, cool. The wind. They dance, sing to its breathing. The leaves. She glows, warms, rises and enlivens them once more. The sun. Autumn sunrise at Selinda Camp – now imagine yourself sipping coffee with a warm pancake spread with sumptuous strawberry jam in your hand… Text and photograph by John Hilton.
Recently we shared some pictures of a Leopardess that we’ve been seeing not too far from Selinda camp. The last time we saw her she was with her cub and just yesterday our guests were treated to a sighting of her daughter. Here she is… She was laying in the shade of some Fever-Berry trees [...]
The change in season from summer, through autumn and into winter is an interesting time in the bush. Our winter months – May, June, July – mark the return of the bulk grazing species such as Cape Buffalo and Zebra. With them come the massive herds of Elephants as they seek out the permanent sources [...]
Sunset is a spectacular time of day in Africa. Especially at times when one has the Sun and a rain cloud all in the same view. These photos were taken from the main deck of Selinda Camp yesterday afternoon as the sun set on another glorious day on the Selinda Reserve. As we roll into [...]