Ol Pejeta Wildlife
This week, allow me to take you back to the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa and the only place you can see chimpanzees in Kenya.
There’s lots of other wildlife to be seen in Ol Pejeta Conservancy. It is one of the few places you can see the big five.
Buffaloes are known to attack with no provocation. So maintain your distance when you see one.
My wife and I were blessed to spot two cheetahs playing in the shade as they sheltered from the midday heat. One of them got up, went round the bush and that is how I got the shot below.
In photography, anticipation is key to getting great shots.
This was the first time spotting a jackal since Carlos. He saw us, darted across the road several metres ahead of us and started running away. Again, I anticipated – and prayed – and he paused for this shot. A couple of seconds is all I had and he was gone.
Baraka is a blind black rhino. He lost one eye during a territorial fight and a later got a crystallised cataract in the other. You’ll find him in Ol Pejeta’s Rhino Sanctuary.
She should have given birth by now.
A parting shot.