The marvelous Ngorongoro National Park

This post has taken way too long to publish for one and only reason. Every time I sit down to process a shot from this astonishing park I am unsure if I’ll be able to do any justice to the astonishing beauty of Ngorongoro National Park.

The landscape was so unique and awe-inspiring and nothing like I have ever seen before. Hence I was over-cautious. Every shot I processed, took me back this wonderland and I lost track of time (no regrets though). Resulting in sub-stories like the previous post

The landscape

Thousands of flamingos feeding on plankton
Hook-lipped (black) rhinoceros
White rhinoceros in the Ngorongoro Crater  which is the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera also described as the ‘eighth wonder of the world’
Ostriches by the lake
Grey-crowned cranes
The Ngoitokitok Spring is the major water source in the crater near the eastern crater wall. Also called the home of the hippos.
The beauty of standing out
Thomson’s gazelle patiently posing
On the lookout

A mum’s always got your back 🙂

The kori bustard
Yes, he is the heaviest living animal capable of flight
The ingenuity of interactions
The common eland and birds feeding on ticks
Strength in numbers

The cycle of life

Here in Ngorongoro crater-like anywhere else in wild, nothing goes to waste and every living survives in conjunction with others dead or alive.

The African buffalo had done his part with a big smile

Uninterrupted fullscreen slideshow

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