Cheetah family on the prowl in the midday sun.

by Tony Harding
(Gauteng . South Africa)

Waiting for dinner to be served

Waiting for dinner to be served

Waiting for dinner to be served
Elagance and grace on the move.
Tiring work in the midday sun.
Up close and personal.

We came across these 3 cheetah and spent at least 45 minutes on our own watching them.They were up wind from a herd of impala and were waiting for dinner to be served.

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May 18, 2012
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S41 road?
by: Marcelle

We were in the Kruger in April and saw three cheetah at the end of the S100 around Gudzani dam (S41), looks like it could be the same ones?

May 17, 2012
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lovely cats
by: Jenny

Hi Tony, thanks for these pics and story, I like your first pic where they are all looking in one direction. Please tell us where you saw these lovely cats.

May 17, 2012
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Yes, great sighing...
by: Jimmy

...and the best part is you had them to yourself for 45 minutes!!

May 17, 2012
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Super sighting
by: Mario

Super sighting and pics, thanks for sharing them Tony!

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