RECAP| Maasai Mara,Kenya| Upclose & Personal with Simba..

Tell you what, I know it’s not Thursday to warrant a throwback, but I woke up on such an adventurous mood. The mood that screams danger but you still don’t care!Know what I mean? If I could, I’d pack a bag and off I’d go back to this amazing African jungle. But seeing I can’t, I am left to reminisce on this amazing experience with my amazing photography skills (which got really sharpened, tested and put to work on this trip) 😀

It was such a pleasure to have a moment or 3 viewing these beasts. This is not the tamed version of probably what most of you have out there. This is Simba in his most natural habitat. Smells all sort of danger, but the experience was worth it.

Wanna know what the best part about this experience was? Simba had a Mrs. This ultimately means we really got treated to some ‘action’ 😀 It was great for the most part, except the very uptight adults in the family would make the rest of us feel horrible for enjoying some lion porn lol

This next photo was absolutely my favorite! Would explain why I’m sharing it twice 🙂

I think it’s pretty obvious this was post action from just how she lays there, weak and exhausted lol. Seriously though, they don’t call Him the King of the Jungle for No Reason Right?

Aren’t they just a beauty to marvel at? If you haven’t been to Kenya yet for the full African Safari Experience, then I highly suggest to add that on to your buckelist! It’s an experience like no other! Just look at how vast that jungle is, thousands of wildlife to be spotted.

Fact;

Did you know lion honey mooners mate every 15 minutes for an entire week in a bid to procreate? Approximately 96 times per day! See, I told you, King of the jungle! 😀

Usually they mostly are in environments that camouflage with their look, like dried grassland, we were just very lucky to find them on this greener side of the jungle, which made it more fun and visible for photography. I would trade a trip to the beach or to the mall for this any day! Always something new to marvel at with wild game.

Have you been on an African Safari? How was your experience? If not, is it something you’d want to do or not?

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A Not So Jungle Lions Experience, Kenya…

How’s everyone doing this last Week of April? 6 More days to go and we are into another new month! YAAAYYY!

I am excited to see this time passing by so quickly, what I am not excited about however is the direction the Steem Price has taken in the last 48 hours! I kid. I love it! You know why? Because I am secretly hoping we can get back to earning Steem for one quick round this year. If your goal is to accumulate some or as much as you can then you’d be with me on that 🙂

Other than that, just chilled going through some of the content I have take in the last couple of weeks in a bid to clear some space. Then I came across this badass lions from my trip to the animal orphanage the other day and decided to share them before they ca-put!

It’s going to be a while before I can have another wildlife experience, I feel like I have been to these places way too much in the last couple of months. I am also getting a little bored with the experience,. The only place I’s really really want to go back to is Maasai Mara and I don’t see any chance of that happening anytime soon.

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All in all. I am in search of new adventures and places to visit across the city, preferably one I haven’t been to and it turns out that is a bit of a toll order. I never really gave much thought of how little there is to do in this city, kinda sucks!

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Anyway guys, I hope you enjoy this images one last time. Do you have Lions where you’re at?How big are they? Believe it or not, this are baby lions, or at least most of them are. Not the hugest I’ve seen, but it is always a different great experience with each one of them.

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Elsie.

Kenyan Wildlife Experience at Nairobi Animal Orphanage| Imagery Post

There’s just something about being surrounded by wildlife in my low moments that just brings me solace. It’s not something I’d have discovered without this amazing blockchain. I never would have been so interested in photography to the extent of getting out of my comfort zone to go out and do the necessary.

I spent a good part of my past Sunday at The Nairobi Animal Orphanage just mingling and observing wildlife. For those of you that are not new to my STEEM blog, you might recall I visited this place sometime last year and drop 1 or 2 vlogs about it. While I did manage to capture both some photography and video content, this time was solely to take my new canon M50 on a test drive, and I must say, it was rather fun and fulfilling.

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Besides the plenty of lions that seem to have taken over the orphanage, I did manage to capture some buffalo shots, leopards, monkeys, cheetah,warthogs, the ultimately dangerous African Wild-dog, some African wild cats, some birds of some sort , hyenas, and so on..

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Yes, I said dogs and cats, some of you may think that’s not necessary or such a biggy, but trust me, the original African Wild dogs and cats can be extremely dangerous.

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Not Sure why this African dog needs so much water, more like a swimming pool or just it’s way to kill boredom. Whatever the case, it seemed pretty happy about it. This is definitely one of those animals I’d never want to come across with either in the mountains or the African Jungles. There are books, myths and beliefs written about them, the sort you’d hear about a kid and pee on yourself all week. I kid you not.

And of course where there’s a dog there’s a cat. Isn’t that why they call it raining cats & dogs? 😀

More of the Cat family…

Most of you probably love this kind of print on your clothes right? I can see why, it’s beautiful af.

One thing I gotta say though, the grid kind of made it hard to take proper photos. You totally can’t compare this with taking photos in the open African jungle. Remember those Masai Mara posts I did a few weeks ago? So much better! Also the animals at the orphanage are a bit far from the fence, so without a good zoom lens it becomes hard to get great shots.

I think I’ve done a couple of posts on Buffalos this past year. I had never seen a baby before, they are actually more calm and less angry unlike the adults who are always agitated and ready to strike at any given moment.

I’m gonna end this post here. I’m not a sucker for super long posts, plus I wanna make sure you guys come back for more tomorrow. Do you like the African wildlife or any kind of wildlife for that matter? Leave me a comment below.

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