Safari in Kenya and Tanzania
• Safari in Kenya and Tanzania
Staff photographer of the news agency's Boston Globe Essdras Suarez (Essdras M Suarez) spent two weeks on safari in Kenya and Tanzania.
Upon arrival, he shared his photos and impressions: "As a photojournalist, I always strive to catch in your Lens scenes of life. On safari, I had seen not only life but also death, and it's pretty humiliating experience. We used to live in a safe world, where man - the king of nature. But, once in the wild, you know that here you are not the main predator more, and only a link in the food chain. "
lilac-breasted roller catches insects.
a sunset herd of giraffes leaves the savannah shrubs to somehow protect themselves from predators in the Serengeti National Park in Kenya.
This scared the lion stared at us all his attention, when someone from our group had forgotten that during the safari is not recommended to stand or make any sudden movements. At this time we photographed place Pride recent meal at the edge of the Serengeti National Park in the south of Tanzania.
Pride, consisting of more than 20 individuals, at night killed the buffalo about two and a half miles from our camp on the edge of the Serengeti National Park in the south of Tanzania.
A lone lioness chews a bone of an animal killed by Pride. According to the Rangers, the lioness was inexplicably expelled from the pride, and since then she wanders alone. It was assumed that the lioness will soon die, but she manages to survive, perhaps at the expense of eating leftovers.
Lvonku tired to play with their peers, and he switched to his mother in the Serengeti National Park in the south of Tanzania.
Agama basking on a rock in the midday heat in the Serengeti National Park.
A herd of gazelles grazing in the Serengeti National Park in the south of Tanzania.
This female ostrich puts his head down and rastopyrivat wings each time turned out to be close to the male.
giraffe peeks out from behind a bush in the Masai Mara in Kenya.
A herd of zebras grazing in the Masai Mara in Kenya.
zebra rolls in the dust, to clean the skin and get rid of parasites
Wildebeest and zebras often graze together in the Masai Mara in Kenya.
The Nile crocodile is slowly sinking into the dark water Grumeti River, seeing the approaching mammals in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.
zebra and her calf swim across the River Grumeti in Tanzania.
The crocodile emerges from its prey - young zebra swims through the Grumeti River together with his mother. Adult zebra then long tossed on shore and called his colt.
Gnu successfully swam across a crocodile-infested river Grumeti in Tanzania.
A cloud of dust raised by a herd of elephants.
Adult elephants came closer to their cubs, when he saw the threat in a passing balloon.
elephant calf and its mother grazed near Batteleur camp in the Masai Mara in Kenya.
The buffalo grazing in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.
Leopard resting in front of a night hunting in the reserve Masai Mara in Kenya.
From the moment you arrive at the camp & Beyond, all you'll hear - the constant cries of baboons. It seems that these animals more time arguing than feeding.
A small herd of Cannes grazing in the reserve Masai Mara
A young cheetah runs off into the bushes. Cheetah - the fastest of the four-legged animals. It can reach speeds of up to 120 km \ h.
View from a tent in a camp & Beyond in the reserve Masai Mara in Tanzania.
Acacia at sunset in the Masai Mara.