Kruger traffic Jam

by Bob Shepardson
(DeBary, Florida, U.S.A.)

Cheetah with blue car

Cheetah with blue car

Cheetah with blue car
Cheeetah 2
Cheetah 3
Cheetah 4

In March Sherry and I were visiting Kruger (it was one of our best trips from a sighting standpoint) and while driving from Skukuza to Lower Sabie, just short of the sunset dam, I noticed a line of cars ahead with something in front. As we got closer it turned out to be a Cheetah walking down the road. As we were the first car haeading toward Sabie I pulled over and we started shooting as the cat walked toward us and then slightly past us before moving off into the bush. It was a good day. The folks in the blue car may have been closer, but our view was better.

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Aug 03, 2012
Quick thinking
by: Jenny

Wow Bob, your quick thinking got you in the right position to get these great shots, well done lovely pics.

Jul 23, 2012
Lovely images of a lovely cat!
by: Neil

and face shots are much more appealing than butt shots - good position!

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