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Photo Story - Best of Botswana

Updated: Oct 7, 2019

When someone suggested to me I should do a photo story on Botswana I suddenly realised that I had next to no images that aren't wildlife focused. This is the case even though Botswana has been my home for over 20 years. Maybe that says it all. What always seems to pull me back home is the African bush. I've always felt like that was where I belong. Where I can get lost in thought and creativity.


While wildlife doesn't define Botswana, it certainly is what defines my love for the country. At two weeks old my parents took me into the Chobe National Park for the first time, and 27 years later I've never gone more than 6 months without making a trip back to Botswana.


So here are a few of my favourite images from my time living in Botswana.


A Butterfly investigates a female Lion.

A Cheetah family take a go pro selfie in the Okavango Delta.

As a clouds roll across the dry Kalahari desert in central Botswana, the rain brings a welcome reprieve from the scorching heat. Central Kalahari, Botswana.

Framed in Autumn Mopane (tree) leaves. Khwai, Okavango Delta.

A Leopard steps out of the darkness.

A Giant African Bull Frog eyes up its next meal.

A cheetah makes its way through tall grass, as it begins to hunt in the Kalahari. Mabuasehube, Southern Botswana.

A Giraffe inspects the bones of one of its own.

Hunting with a giant. As this large Rhino goes about its day unaware of the bounty on its head, an egret searches for an insect flushed from the grass. Botswana.

The King, a black maned lion from the Kalahari. Southern Botswana.

Two White Rhino graze in an open pan as the sun sets over the Kalahari. Botswana.

Zebra kick up dust as the sun sets in the Kalahari.

A pride of Lion make their way across a dry pan in the centre of Botswana.

Lions huddle under an Acacia tree as the rain begins to fall.

A cheetah makes its way through tall grass, as it begins to hunt in the Kalahari. Mabuasehube, Southern Botswana.

If you have any queries regarding Botswana as a safari destination, or simply have a question about this amazing country, please get in contact with me at williamsteelphotography@gmail.com


- William

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