Oryx hightailing it.

by Lourens Erasmus
(Benoni.)

The Oryx apear with great speed kicking up sand.

The Oryx apear with great speed kicking up sand.

The Oryx apear with great speed kicking up sand.
With tails wagging they put a new meaning to high-tailing it.
A bird gets flushed out in the rush.
A show of absolute power in the stride.

Our August 2015 trip yielded a large amount of photos outside and within the park. Going through the photos on a regular basis sometimes brings out a photo or two that one did not realize at the time straight after the visit, like these oryx images kicking up a sand storm with a cloud of dust behind them.

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Feb 06, 2016
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Dusty Duo!
by: Annie

We also find cool pics that we missed the first time!

Jan 28, 2016
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Nice pics
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the dust clouds make them

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