It’s time for me to appeal again for photos, as I have only about a week’s worth of reserves. Send ’em in if you have good ones! Thanks!
Today we continue a series of photos by Rosemary Alles; the first part is here, and the details I gave before are below. There will be one more installment of this series:
Today’s photos come from Rosemary Alles, who lives in South Africa and works for a conservation organization that partners with local people. Her narrative and captions are indented, and you can enlarge the photos by clicking on them.
I am an American living (temporarily) in SA. These pics were taken from my small studio in rural South Africa and while within the greater Kruger region. I am originally from Sri-Lanka, a war-torn nation just to the south of India. My family and I immigrated to the west to escape a violent civil war in Lanka.here. We focus primarily on indigenous women/children at the intersection of conservation.You can find more about us (the work our org does)
Female Nyala antelope (Tragelaphus angasii):
Cape Giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis giraffa):
Helmeted guineafowl (Numida meleagris):
White-crested helmetshrike (Prionops plumatus):
Spotted Hyena pup (Crocuta crocuta):
Sunrise, Kruger National Park:
Male Greater kudu antelope (Tragelaphus strepsiceros):
Pride of lionesses (Panthera leo) in a river bed:
Male African elephant: