Chobe and the Zambezi

From Oddball’s Camp in the Okavango Delta Rob and I flew in a small bush-plane, a kind of flying VW Beetle, to the small town of Kasane on the Chobe River, in an area where four countries – Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe – converge. Over the next few days, we chugged up the Chobe River, did a game drive through the Chobe National Park, and crossed the border into Zimbabwe for some wonderful elephant sightings along the Zambezi.

Here are some B&W images.

6 responses to “Chobe and the Zambezi”

  1. The elephant images are truly spectacular. I love their bathing ritual and the baby elephant. Stunning! ❤️😺

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  2. Great photos. The buffaloes one is outstanding.

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    1. Thanks Ian, good of you to keep on reading, and offering feedback. Appreciated as always.

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  3. These photos are amazing!

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    1. Thank you! I have been very fortunate to be able to go to such extraordinary places 🙂

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