Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Lifupa Conversation Lodge (Part 12 )

These are a few shots I took in the early morning of some antelope.  it is wonderful that their colouring and their surroundings are partically the same.  












Thanks for visitng and I hope you enjoye seeing these animals.

Many thanks to all you leave comments.

22 comments:

  1. Can't help thinking they're going to be lion food one day...............

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  2. Beautiful things - and no doubt very hard to see until they move. Or the sun is at just the right angle.

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  3. Nature's way of protecting with color is indeed phenomenal!!! Great images Margaret.

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  4. Belas fotografias.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

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  5. wow! those warm russet tones are gorgeous!

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  6. Good morning Margaret,
    These antelopes are really beautiful! Just amazing that their colouring and their surroundings are partically the same. I think that the similarity protect them from the predators.

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  7. Margaret, all the pictures of Lifupa Conservation Lodge in Malawi are gorgeous, stunning!
    Sounds you and yours are having a great time and amazing adventure in Malawi!
    Thanks for sharing! :)

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  8. Hello Margaret, pretty lighting on the antelope. Great sighting and photos. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

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  9. Those are such lovely creatures!

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  10. Those antelope blend in so well to the dry landscape Margaret.

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  11. The camouflage they have is fantastic. But I would imagine lions have very good eyesight...

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  12. I do like the light and colours in these photos!

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  13. Those deer really blend into the surrounding dry grass.

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  14. Lovely camouflage - such delightful creatures! They are very aware of the photographer!

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  15. Well done. You caught them very well in spite of their blending in.

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  16. Wonderful antelope photos. They are aware you are there, but don't seem to be frightened. Perhaps they are thinking, "She just has a camera, not to worry."

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  17. Wonderful pics...I would enjoy seeing these in real life.

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  18. Gorgeous animals! It's amazing how well they blend in with their surroundings.

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