Esther's photos


  • Digging for salt

    On occasion, elephants develop only one tusk. The Ark, in Aberdare National Park in Kenya, overlooks a salt lick and waterhole. Instead of going out to look for animals, you watch the animals come to you. SIMG 3180

  • Three in a row (with a partially hidden baby)

    The Ark, in Aberdare National Park in Kenya, overlooks a salt lick and waterhole. Instead of going out to look for animals, you watch the animals come to you. SIMG 3177

  • Some of the family

    The Ark, in Aberdare National Park in Kenya, overlooks a salt lick and waterhole. Instead of going out to look for animals, you watch the animals come to you. SIMG 3176


  • Elephants on parade

    The Ark, in Aberdare National Park in Kenya, overlooks a salt lick and waterhole. Instead of going out to look for animals, you watch the animals come to you. SIMG 3175

  • By the lantern

    Robin chat LIMG 1528

  • White-eyed slaty flycatcher

    LIMG 1526


  • Masked

    Anyone know what this is? It might be some type of juvenile masked weaver.

  • Masked Weaver

    I'm not sure what type of masked weaver this is. LIMG 1515

  • Fluffed up

    White-rumped Shrike LIMG 1512


  • Old South Church

    "Old South Church in Boston, Massachusetts, (also known as New Old South Church or Third Church) is a historic United Church of Christ congregation first organized in 1669. Its present building was designed in the Gothic Revival style by Charles Amos Cumm…

  • Rainy day in Faneuil Hall

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  • The last of their kind (Explored)

    There are only two Northern White Rhinos left in the world, and they are females who reside at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. They hare straighter horns than do their southern cousins. For information about them, see www.olpejetaconservancy.org/wil…


  • Critically endangered

    There are only two female Northern White Rhinos left in the world, and they reside at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. They hare straighter horns than do their southern cousins. For information about them, see www.olpejetaconservancy.org/wildlife/rhi…

  • Black Rhino - mother and calf (Explored)

    Black rhinos differ from white rhinos in a number of ways. They have a hook shaped mouth/lip instead of a wide one. They tend to be more sway backed and they are much more skittish and rarely allow a close approach. LIMG 1507

  • Solitary stroll

    The cheetah is the fastest land animal. LIMG 1503


  • Stretching

    The cheetah is the fastest land animal. LIMG 1492

  • Watching the camera

    The cheetah is the fastest land animal. LIMG 1484

  • Through the bushes

    Black rhinos differ from white rhinos in a number of ways. They have a hook shaped mouth/lip instead of a wide one. They tend to be more sway backed and they are much more skittish and rarely allow a close approach. LIMG 1478


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