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White fronted bee eater

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Leopard

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Birding On Lake Kariba 1

I'm not that kind of photographer that loves shooting birds (with a camera of course). My trip on Lake Kariba was a amazing adventure. I prefer landscapes and other kinds of wildlife. Guess what, I shot birds, lots of them, I even don't know most of the birds.




1960s Zambian Socialism

Historic carved wooden murial in Livingstone, Zambia, promoting Zambian (African) socialism and self-governance. Probably carved in the 60s.




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A large female monkey carrying its offspring grabbing a bite to eat. Near Livingstone, Zambia (about 1975).




Grey headed kingfisher

Also known as the grey hooded kingfisher, a dry-country kingfisher of scrub and woodland, solitary or in pairs, often found near water, but unlike most kingfishers is not aquatic. Perches on a branch, unmoving for long periods while watching the ground for signs of insects or small lizards, bobbing its head before diving on prey




Grey headed kingfisher-juvenile

Not s sharp as I would wish but it was the only juvenile that I saw, had to make do with a record shot




Livingstone Locomotive

A old train locomotive (Zambezi Sawmills Railway) in Livingstone, Zambia, about 1975.




Helping mum

At the well, Mfuwe,, South Luangwa.




Juvenile puku

Puku are medium-sized antelope, usually golden-brown or orangy-brown in colour. They resemble the lechwe, but they lack the lechwe's brown foreleg markings, and puku are smaller. The males are larger than the females, and they have lyre-shaped horns. Puku have disappeared from many parts of their former range, although they are protected in some reserves. They are usually found on grassy plains near rivers, such as floodplains.




Male puku

The puku (Kobus vardonii) is a medium-sized antelope found in wet grasslands in the southern Democratic Republic of Congo, Namibia, Tanzania, and Zambia.




female puku

One sound memory of South Luangwa will be the repeated
shrill whistle sound that the puku's emit when alarmed.




Painted dogs

Four out of of a pack of eleven painted dogs play fighting, taken at South Luangwa national park, Zambia.




Creepy Kariba 3

These pictures were shot during my travel on Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe. We travelled around the lake with a houseboat for 8 days. The lake is an artificial lake created in the 60s, for electricity production. We can find those dead and mineralized trees all around the lake, which are the leftovers of the flora before this bassin was flooded. In the evening, those trees, combined with all kinds of wildlife sounds, can give a creepy impression. Those trees are hollow, and are the perfect habitat for small bats. When we passed along the trees, and were very quiet, we could hear them squeak. Our guides also recommended us to smell just above a hole, never again.




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