Travel Photo of the Day (February 13)

Can you find the animal?

Photo taken in the Okavango Delta, Botswana

Photo taken in the Okavango Delta, Botswana

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25 Responses to Travel Photo of the Day (February 13)

  1. lynnsbooks says:

    It’s like one of those eye tests with all the dots where a number appears! Hopefully you’re hoping we’ll spot the rather gorgeous looking pussy cat?
    Lynn 😀

  2. Northern Narratives says:

    Resting in the shade?

  3. Very nice kitty! Nice resting place too.

  4. petit4chocolatier says:

    I see him or her resting.., for a moment 🙂

  5. This is such an awesome shot. He looks super comfy 🙂

  6. pattisj says:

    Yes! It is amazing how animals are given the gift of blending in with their surroundings.

  7. Novroz says:

    it’s a leopard 🙂

  8. You are soooo lucky to have seen this for real!

  9. Fergiemoto says:

    Yes, I do see it! He looks oblivious to everything around him.
    Cool pic!

  10. zozokie says:

    This memember of the Big Five I have not experienced as yet, on broad daylight. Where was this taken SA or Kenya?

  11. great shot. i love big cats. it is amazing to see animals in the wild they way they were meant to be. i was visiting my daughter in melbourne and we went to Bells Beach as she and her brother loved the movie Point Break when they were teenagers. we were alone sitting on some rocks when a small seal broke through the water very close to shore. i was afraid we were about to see something trying to kill it so i grabbed a rock, yes i thought for a moment i could save it. however, the next time he broke the surface he had a small octopus in his mouth. I believe he was close so he could slam it into the sandy bottom to stun it. everytime he came back up there was more of the octopus missing. it was unbelievable. but i also realized that if the predator is cute you’re less likely to want to wade in to save the not so cute prey.

  12. Jo Bryant says:

    so well hidden…but still the beauty is to be seen

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