Photos from my Kruger Archives

by Lourens Erasmus.
(Benoni South Africa)

Pied Kingfisher at transport dam.

Pied Kingfisher at transport dam.

Pied Kingfisher at transport dam.
Green tree snake at Duke waterhole.
Elephant bull ambling along on the road from Lower Sabie to the bridge over the Sabie River.
in a tree at Shibwidzi day vissitors area.

Sorting through my photos of weekends in the Kruger over a period of at least 30 years I decided to share some. Been visiting the Kruger since I was 16 years old with my parents. After getting married introduced my wife and kids to the Kruger. I have seen many a change take place in the Kruger some good and some not to good. Kruger gate was non existent and Orpen gate was deemed inaccessible. Certain times of the year the northern areas was closed due to road conditions and flooded rivers.

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Old Kruger
by: Jenny

I like hearing your stories of old Kruger the way you remembered it. Things have changed over the years but it is still a fantastic park to visit. Thanks for sharing your pics and stories with us Lourens.

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