The past week has brought some great opportunities and sightings in the field. The last couple of days have been fairly chilly with slight rain. Having said that there has been huge excitement not only from the guides and guests but for the animals too. The clearings are scattered with new born impalas and the trees full of migrant birds chirping away and one or two of the first born wildebeest calves (very early for the season).
Although there has been rain it has also brought a lot of activity from the animals especially predators.
I hope you all enjoy this Week in Pictures…
Written and Photographed by: Trevor Ryan McCall-Peat
Filed under Photography The Week in Pictures Wildlife
Once again I have been totally mesmerised by the raw beauty of our magnificent creatures of the African bushveld. These photos by Trevor capture the mood and remind us how blessed we are to live here and allows us to experience a little of the wonder of Gods creation. WELL DONE Trevor McCall-Peat
Fantastic pics this week. Love the Majingilane.
Trevor you have excelled once again to enthrall me with these fantastic pictures. The Scar Nose Maji is just so handsome & I love the reflection of the Rhino’s, but its extremely difficult to chose a favourite. Thank you for sharing & have a fantastic weekend
Nice one Trev, love the Rhino reflections.
P.S. I can smell the lions from here!
Stunning images Trevor! I especially love the Majingilane photos, but they are all fantastic. Thank you for another great week in pictures!
Trevor – super pics – the lighting on the face of the black and white leopard definitely enhances “the mood”. It’s a joy to share all the photos. Thanks.
As always, a joy to see and wow…the photography says more than a 1000 words…excellent!
I’ve been looking at your website for only about a month now and I love it. The animals are amazing and I’ve gone through all the photos at least twice. But, I have to say, this week in pictures is spectacular!! Great job! Thank you so much!
Spectacular images, Trev.. Love the coalition pictures, the flipped reflection, all of the b/w images and dappled light on that leopard coat! Great eye