Unlikely #photochallenge #uganda

Unlikely is this magenta Fort backdrop Nile sunset   If you know me, you know I have tried to work in Liberia, No. Africa, Congo and So. Africa.  I never thought of Uganda, the Nile or mosquito netting as my “likely.”   The photo challenge this week is “Unlikely” These pictures are all taken at […]

Cat #children #Atozchallenge

This beauty was in the Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda. Glad we had a large vehicle with closed windows. Our host’s son was on his first Safari (well so was I.) What a joy to watch a child as he chases the animals in his imagination. Here kitty Kitty… meow the king of the jungle […]

Zebra #atozchallenge #Uganda

  I can’t count your stripes or see through the trees white and black patterns are camouflage it seems There were no zebras on safari in Uganda. The ranger told us the herds in that part of the country had contracted disease but fortunately the zebras in other regions are alive and well. Funny thing I […]

Safari #Africa #Uganda #atozchallenge

couldn’t wait to teach orphans crafts, dancing and silly smiles never quite expected a safari after so many miles so many exclamations of beauty in this place this country called Uganda can’t keep joy from my face           Thanks to the A to Z challenge for a great month so far. […]

Lions and …. Monkeys “Oh My” #uganda #atozchallenge

“Here kitty kitty” I whisper from my seat looking very un-edible I don’t rise to my feet I can hear her breathe she waits still for her prey her whiskers flick not staying to play * Monkeys watch from the road they will jump on your car if you aren’t careful they’ll be nearer than […]

Giraffe #Uganda #atozchallenge #safari

Gracefully crossing the road *tower follows in succession speckled beasts silent strode mother lingers behind eyeing the line of crossing her calf close to her side long neck leaves raking food plentiful so high pictures can’t stop taking beauty silent passing by *group of giraffes is called a tower I appreciate the parks that allow […]

Elephant #uganda #atozchallenge

I imagine an elephant’s journey on paper the sun sets on pre-safari day sharing dirt road with a magnificent beast look at his ears for a sign it’s hard not to smile  as John retells the story “Noah calls there’s an elephant chasing me what do I do”?” RUN!!! *  interested in food dry land […]

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