mbanddlw

Joined on May 28, 2009

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  • Submitted a challenge entry Lioness & cubs
    Protective mother - Masai Mara Kenya - part of a large pride in the Northern Conservancy area.
    Placed 15th in the challenge. Protective mother - Masai Mara Kenya - part of a large pride in the Northern Conservancy area.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Snake Charmer
    Snake Charmer outside the Jaipur Palace - Central Rajasthan India - still plying their ancient trade!
    Placed 24th in the challenge. Snake Charmer outside the Jaipur Palace - Central Rajasthan India - still plying their ancient trade!
  • Submitted a challenge entry Nagoya ATC
    Nagoya Airport Japan Control Tower at night - Nagoya is a relatively new airport built 10 years ago.
    Placed 10th in the challenge. Nagoya Airport Japan Control Tower at night - Nagoya is a relatively new airport built 10 years ago.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Assam - Paddy workers
    Colourfully dressed Indian ladies working the rice paddies in Assam near Kaziranga in the north eastern province of India.
    Placed 10th in the challenge. Colourfully dressed Indian ladies working the rice paddies in Assam near Kaziranga in the north eastern province of India.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Cheetah kill
    Cheetah feeding on a Kudu kill in the Sabi Sands area of Kruger - it gorged itself nervously which resulted in a massive stomach bulge which we wondered if it would inhibit its ability to run if lions showed up.
    Placed 7th in the challenge. Cheetah feeding on a Kudu kill in the Sabi Sands area of Kruger - it gorged itself nervously which resulted in a massive stomach bulge which we wondered if it would inhibit its ability to run if lions showed up.
  • Submitted a challenge entry W is for Wildebeest
    Wildebeest Bull - part of the Great Migration herd on the vast grassy plains of the Masai Mara in Kenya.
    Placed 57th in the challenge. Wildebeest Bull - part of the Great Migration herd on the vast grassy plains of the Masai Mara in Kenya.
  • Submitted a challenge entry V is for Vulture
    Lappet Faced Vuture nesting in the Masai Mara - the largest Vulture in that area and one that actually is capable of hunting in its own right rather than just scavenging!
    Placed 56th in the challenge. Lappet Faced Vuture nesting in the Masai Mara - the largest Vulture in that area and one that actually is capable of hunting in its own right rather than just scavenging!
  • Submitted a challenge entry Ostrich
    Male Ostrich strutting his stuff - Ngorongoro Crater - Tanzania.
    Placed 55th in the challenge. Male Ostrich strutting his stuff - Ngorongoro Crater - Tanzania.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Look at those Legs
    Rothschild Giraffe couple in South Luangua Reserve - Zambia - it appears to be checking its mate's legs out!
    Placed 49th in the challenge. Rothschild Giraffe couple in South Luangua Reserve - Zambia - it appears to be checking its mate's legs out!
  • Submitted a challenge entry S is for Snow Monkey
    Snow Monkey at the Jigokudani Hot Springs - Nagano Prefecture Japan - looks mean but they are gentle placid animals that tolerate a never ending stream of tourists.
    Placed 41st in the challenge. Snow Monkey at the Jigokudani Hot Springs - Nagano Prefecture Japan - looks mean but they are gentle placid animals that tolerate a never ending stream of tourists.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Lion&cubs
    Lioness caring for her cubs - Masai Mara Kenya (just south of the Equator).
    Placed 11th in the challenge. Lioness caring for her cubs - Masai Mara Kenya (just south of the Equator).
  • Submitted a challenge entry R is for Rhino
    Rhino couple seen on a walking safari in the Rhino Plains area of Kruger - South Africa.
    Placed 6th in the challenge. Rhino couple seen on a walking safari in the Rhino Plains area of Kruger - South Africa.
  • Submitted a challenge entry N is for Nightjar
    A Tawny frogmouth - not a true Owl but a Nightjar - the male of a pair that have regularly visited my backyard for at least 10 years and allow me to get very close.
    Placed 23rd in the challenge. A Tawny frogmouth - not a true Owl but a Nightjar - the male of a pair that have regularly visited my backyard for at least 10 years and allow me to get very close.
  • Submitted a challenge entry M is for Meerkat
    Meerkat lookout!
    Placed 62nd in the challenge. Meerkat lookout!
  • Submitted a challenge entry Tower Bridge Sunset
    Tower Bridge at Sunset on an unusual fine day in London.
    Placed 44th in the challenge. Tower Bridge at Sunset on an unusual fine day in London.
  • Submitted a challenge entry L is for Leopard
    Young Leopard in the Ruaha Game Reserve Tanzania - the result of many days and miles of searching for this elusive animal.
    Placed 13th in the challenge. Young Leopard in the Ruaha Game Reserve Tanzania - the result of many days and miles of searching for this elusive animal.
  • Submitted a challenge entry K for Koala
    Backyard Koala - a regular visitor - grunts like a wild pig all night!
    Placed 22nd in the challenge. Backyard Koala - a regular visitor - grunts like a wild pig all night!
  • Submitted a challenge entry Swamp Thing
    Angry Bull Hippo in a mud hole in the Seleous Reserve Tanzania - did not like having his mud bath disturbed!
    Placed 20th in the challenge. Angry Bull Hippo in a mud hole in the Seleous Reserve Tanzania - did not like having his mud bath disturbed!
  • Submitted a challenge entry J is for Jackal
    Black-backed Jackal in the Serengeti Reserve - Tanzania, East Africa.
    Placed 4th in the challenge. Black-backed Jackal in the Serengeti Reserve - Tanzania, East Africa.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Eagle Owl
    Giant Eagle Owl in the Okavango Delta Forest area taken during a walking safari on one of the many islands - this large female was calling to her nearly fully grown offspring across the forest.
    Placed 38th in the challenge. Giant Eagle Owl in the Okavango Delta Forest area taken during a walking safari on one of the many islands - this large female was calling to her nearly fully grown offspring across the forest.
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