Remembering the Mphongolo Buffaloes

This herd of African buffalo, making their way out of the dry, dusty bed of the Mphongolo River in the Kruger National Park, during a visit in September 2014, is another sighting we’ll not forget in a hurry.


This is our fourth entry into the 5 Day Black-and-White Photo Challenge. There are only two rules for this challenge:

1. On 5 consecutive days, create a post using either a past or recent photo in B&W.

2. Each day invite another blog friend to join in the fun.

Today we’re inviting Sreejith Nair, author of “Santiago the Shepherd” and another long-standing friend of de Wets Wild, to join the 5 Day Black and White Photo Challenge. Sreejith, you’ve shared some amazing photos of India’s people and places and we hope you’ll consider joining in!

16 thoughts on “Remembering the Mphongolo Buffaloes

  1. mjculverphotography

    Brilliantly done. The picture shows movement with the resulting dust clearly depicted. Very nice indeed dear de Wets. My personal fave is still the leopard which is breathtaking. Good luck in the contest guys. You deserve to win.



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