Converge

Tracks in the sand bear witness that these pools in the Shingwedzi River are a magnet for animals in the northern Kruger National Park

Converge

Converge” is the theme for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge

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If you enjoy de Wets Wild as much as we enjoy sharing our love for South Africa’s wild places with you, please vote for us in the 2014 SA Blog Awards by clicking on this badge. We’ve entered both the Travel and Environment categories, and you may vote for us in both.

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35 thoughts on “Converge

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  3. aj vosse

    How’s the voting going? I voted again, I hope it helps! Also voted with a few of my other addresses. Lekker skelm!! 😉

    (I suggested to the organisers of the awards to have a Expat category as well… maybe next year we can vote for each other!!) 😛

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Unfortunately there’s no way to gauge how the voting’s going AJ – I can only see how many clicks went from our blog to the awards site. Voting’s open until 31 December though, so here’s holding thumbs 😉

      THANK YOU FOR THE SUPPORT!

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        1. de Wets Wild Post author

          The way I understand the rules AJ, they count only the last vote in any category from any specific e-mail address. So, if you use the same address to vote for us repeatedly, it should still count as only 1 vote. And, if you were to vote for another blog in the same category later on, your vote will switch from our blog to the other.

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Learning to recognise the different tracks, and interpreting the animal’s behaviour from it, adds a fascinating dimension to one’s enjoyment of the outdoors, Jane.

      And I’m glad we could add a new Afrikaans word to your vocabulary 😉

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    1. de Wets Wild Post author

      Thank you very much Vonn Scott Bair.

      Visible on this photo is mostly elephant, buffalo and hippopotamus tracks; you’d have to enlarge it quite a bit to clearly see the much smaller hoofprints of the antelope, which shows up just as hundreds of little dots among the bigger animals’ spoor on this picture.

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