A girl's adventure in Africa, then back to the States, then back to Africa again
These are nice :) I'm jealous - imagine, my camera broke in Canada after surviving 6 months in Senegal !
Looks and sounds like a beautiful place.No problem with crocs in the river?
Really, really nice. Is this a national park or a national campground or what?The butterflies look something like Monarchs from N. America, don't they? They don't?Why don't the trees in the Enchanted Forest have any leaves? And what's that mossy-looking stuff hanging from some of the branches? Bird nests?
I read Carl's take on the camping weekend, very interesting :)Do the police often stop you?Now I know where all the pretty girls have gone!
Marie--Senegalese dust fucked the inside of my camera--most of my pictures come out blurry now--that or I've gotten to be a worst picture taker with time :)Steve-sigh, I wish the River were that exciting. Though the current made for an amazing ride!BRE--those are not Monarch butterflies, their size was quite small. I kind of did an adobe photoshop zoom on them :) I don't really know about the trees, that's the first time I see such funny looking things. Those aren't nests, they're convoluted tree branches.Ammo, the police waves for me to stop all the time. This time I made a serious mistake: I actually stopped for them.
When you get back to the U.S., I hope you won't keep your African habits! I can just see you zooming off as the D.C. police wave for you to stop :)
Great pics! I wouldn't resist crossing that bridge, should I ever get any near.
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