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Lioness resting in a national park
Lioness resting in a national park Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda, Africa
Crater lake
Crater lake Crater lake in Fort Portal, Uganda.
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands Lake Bunyonyi in Kabale district, Uganda, Africa
Buffalos in a park
Buffalos in a park https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0d_xyZshJAxYmk0RU8zM25Bemc
Lioness resting in a national park
Lioness resting in a national park Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda, Africa
Ivy Leaves on the house
Ivy Leaves on the house Beautiful Ivy leaves growing on a house in Autumn
Group of Zebras
Group of Zebras Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
Jacksons hartebeest in a national park
Jacksons hartebeest in a national park Kidepo National Park, Uganda, Africa
A terraced hill
A terraced hill Terraces of Kigezi, Uganda
Zebras in a park
Zebras in a park Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
Johnsons hartebeast in the park
Johnsons hartebeast in the park Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda, Africa
Zebras in a park
Zebras in a park Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
African Buffalo
African Buffalo African Buffalo taken from Kidepo Valley National Park in Uganda
Zebra in a park
Zebra in a park Kidepo National Park, Uganda, Africa
Flowes besides a gravestone
Flowes besides a gravestone Baby angel stone sculpture on a grave stone.
Sunset over a lake
Sunset over a lake Lake Bunyonyi in Kabale, Uganda, Africa
Zebras in a park
Zebras in a park Kidepo Valley Nationa Park, Uganda
Bridge on River Reuss
Bridge on River Reuss 700-year-old bridge situated on river Reuss, was built in the 14th century and it is famous for the painted roof panels that depict the most important events from Swiss history. Although the water tower is original, some parts of the roof were reconstructed after a tragic fire in 1993.
Sitatunga
Sitatunga Sitatunga, specie of an antelope from Entebbe Zoo in Uganda
Landscape background
Landscape background Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda, Africa
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands Lake Bunyonyi in southwestern Uganda, Africa
Young Weaver Bird
Young Weaver Bird A young weaver bird, one of the commonest birds in East Africa
Zebras in a grassland
Zebras in a grassland Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda, Africa
Zebras in a grassland
Zebras in a grassland Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda, Africa
Lioness resting in a national park
Lioness resting in a national park Kidepo Valley National Park Uganda, Africa
Zebra in a park
Zebra in a park Kidepo National Park, Uganda, Africa
A nest of a bird up in the tree branches
A nest of a bird up in the tree branches Birds build their nests up in delicate small branches of trees because they spend most of their time off the ground, so they find it convenient. But most importantly it is a more secure home for them, their eggs and their young from ground predators and other heavier animals that would not hang on the small branches.
A nest of a bird
A nest of a bird Birds build their nests up in delicate small branches of trees because they spend most of their time off the ground, so they find it convenient. But most importantly it is a more secure home for them, their eggs and their young from ground predators and other heavier animals that would not hang on the small branches.
Lioness
Lioness Lioness from Kidepo Valley National Park in Uganda
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands
Lake Bunyonyi and the islands Lake Bunyonyi in Kabale district, Uganda, Africa
Volcanic soil layer
Volcanic soil layer Volcanic soil from Kisoro, Uganda
Zebras in a park
Zebras in a park Kidepo Valley National Park, Uganda
Ssezibwa waterfalls in Uganda
Ssezibwa waterfalls in Uganda Ssezibwa‬ Falls in ‪‎Mukono‬ District, ‎Uganda‬. The words “sezibibwa kkubo” from which the river obtained its name, mean that "no obstacle can stop me from moving on". Legend has it that a woman by the name of Nakangu, gave birth and instead, out of her came two rivers that split to make two streams below the water falls, which presently form this part of the river. In local tradition it is believed that the spirits of Nakungu’s unborn children – Ssezibwa and Mobeya still live on and inhabit the waters of the river. Baganda still associate something supernatural when someone give birth to twins. Sacrifices are still made here after parents birth to twins.
Antelope resting in the shade
Antelope resting in the shade Kidepo Valley Nationa Park, Uganda, Africa