African Wildlife in Pictures: Dinner Time



One of the harsh realities of life in the African bush is that one creature’s demise is another’s survival.  

And as a volunteer on a photography project in South Africa, visiting the reserve during the wildlife’s “meal time” provided some of the highlights of my month.  Whether it was the grazers, browsers or more aggressive carnivores, these are some of the dinner parties that I gate-crashed with my camera.







Thanda - South Africa


Thanda - South Africa



And what is the safest time to walk past a cheetah if you are a zebra?  Apparently when they are eating a Nyala!

I’m volunteering in July/August on a photography project at Thanda Game Reserve.  To find out more visit African Impact’s website or Thanda’s Facebook Page.



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Kellie is a traveller and photographer who is most at home when exploring the world beyond it. Through the intersection of her travel, writing and photography passions, she shares her experiences to inspire others to create there own. The desire to live life instead of existing through it has introduced Kellie to inspirational locations throughout seven continents and from this a passion for landscape and wildlife photography has evolved. She feels a particular connection to the polar regions and Africa. You can see more of her photography at


  1. Great set of images! They even made me hungry!

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