It was a great hunt. Six super trophies in eight hunting days. Everything from the small Livingstone’s Suni, to the large Cape Buffalo, and in between, a Red Duiker, Chobe Bushbuck, Baboon, with great teeth, and a magnificent Sable.
The most important things brought home for me were the memories.
Each morning, a pot of tea along with a platter of rusks was delivered to my tent at 5:00 a.m. The long hot and humid hikes in the forest areas following Buffalo, and only seeing small patches of the buffalo moving away. The split second my shot was made on my Buffalo and the way the trackers could follow nearly un-seen tracks. The time around the campfire, sharing stories with the professionals and regular hunters. The noise from the birds, animals and of course the insects. The colors, flashes of brilliance from the birds, and the soft green color sifted by the sunlight in the forest. These are the things that I will remember the most.
Join me as I share my experiences with you through the lens of my camera….
I lived an African Safari, the way Corbett, Ruark or Hunter did. I went back in time and lived a real African Safari.