On a drive to Amboseli with a few friends the other weekend, we happened to stop at the border with Tanzania. A subaru forester drove in from beyond the grasslands and it was looking amazing making a path where there was none. Being among the same group we were with there was no point of worry but for me, the dust and the light from the sun make a great picture on my mind. Quite an amazing image that i had to get focus on and made sure to get the moment on click
Subaru Forester – Built to Last
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Our #FreeFotoFriday image this week is the Greater Blue Eared Starling. The shades of blue and purple on this bird especially on the mid day sun brings out a whole different dynamic aspect; natures designs.
A very beautiful bird with amazing shades of the color Blue and purple
The dark markings on the wings are consistent with the superb starling as well. Could it be symbolic or do they have a distinct purpose for being there? Maybe Dale A. Zimmerman or Donald A. Turner of birds of Kenya and northern Tanzania or Nature Kenya will inform us in time
Rufous Naped Lark is a beautiful bird that easily blends well within its environment. Seen here on a close up as captured in Lake Nakuru National park, East Africa. Our #FreeFotoFriday image
Kasunie intends to continue with the #FreeFotoFriday as long as possible, showcasing wild beautiful birds within our environment. Kenya is magical i tell you. #TwendeBirdwatching
Our #FreeFotoFriday picture is the Long Tailed Cormorant image captured in Crescent Island.
The perched bird was seen on the shores of the lake. The long tailed cormorant is common along many lake shores in the Rift valley in Kenya
This bird is common along the water bodies within the Rift valley, east africa