Another week begins! I was scanning through my image catalogue and a zebra image caught my eye, so I decided to go with that for my monochrome Monday post.
I don’t have any interesting tidbits to share about zebras today, just a few images. I’m sure if you wanted to know interesting facts about zebras, you could head on over to Wikipedia and learn everything you wanted to know, and then some 🙂 I recall watching an episode about them some time ago on the David Attenborough series Natural Curiosities; a great one to tune into if you happen to come across it.
That’s all for today as Spencer is stamping his feet at me, wanting to head out on his afternoon walk.
Hope you have a great week!
I’m sure most would have expected me to start with elephants for my first post in a series on babies in the bush; and I was tempted to. We spent time with so many large herds, and saw so many young elephants, I am spoiled for choice with images. But, I decided that I would start with something different, and chose to focus on animals with hooves instead. My timing was wrong to see tiny impala, but I did see a fair number of young giraffe, waterbuck and zebra during my travels.
I hope you enjoy my selections, and wishing you an excellent week ahead.
It’s quite nice not having a theme this month, as I can select whatever images catch my attention. Today, it is a selection of images shot at or near sunset.
Wishing everyone a wonderful week ahead.
No jokes, funny business or shenanigans here. Just a trio of zebra images for the 1st monochrome Monday of April.
Wishing everyone a fantastic week ahead!
Racing into another week – I hope it’s a good one!
A heavily pregnant zebra pauses for a photo op in Etosha National Park.