Last morning opportunity on AUGUST Kruger visit..

by Lourens Erasmus.

Getting ready to take flight.

Getting ready to take flight.

Getting ready to take flight.
Crouching to go.
Taking the leap.
Letting go and away.

On the last morning leaving Lower Sabie the weather was overcast and misty all the way to Crocodile Bridge.

We saw warthog Kudu and Impala and then one lonely Vulture on a dead tree. In 5 minutes got the last photos of the weekend.

Lourens and Janette.

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Sep 09, 2016
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by: Jenny

Thanks so much for your pics and stories about your Kruger trips....when do you guys go again - or is the Kgalagadi calling!?

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