A Few Photos taken recently on our first visit to the Kgalagadi

by Dave Milne
(Plettenberg Bay RSA)

Black-maned lion - King of the Kgalagadi

Black-maned lion - King of the Kgalagadi

Black-maned lion - King of the Kgalagadi
Lion crossing road
Two cheetahs on the hunt
Cheetah cub

A Few Photos taken recently on our first visit to the Kgalagadi - big cats galore!

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Sep 05, 2011
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Wow
by: Sue

Wow Dave, not many people get to have such great sightings on their first visit. Some people have been going to the park for years and have only seen a glimps of a Lion or a Cheetah. I guess you will be back!

Sep 05, 2011
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The Kgalagadi is magnificent!
by: Geoff

All these images have one thing in common - no bushes or trees in front of the subjects! In the Kruger you would have half a cheetah and a quarter of a lion - the rest would be hidden!

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Looks like you had a great time Dave!
by: Mario

Lions and cheetahs are always nice subjects to find and photograph, so well done.

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