Photos Of The Month #8

Get ready for your monthly catch up of the best wild African inspired photos from across the web.

If you haven't already, you should check out our previous posts as there's so much more to see!

Here are July's highlights:

 

That Look (graeme purdy)

 
 Silverback Mountain Gorilla’ "One of my last memories was noting how amazingly gentle and peaceful mountain gorillas are yet they possess such immense strength. Seems more power people have more they use it and sometimes abuse it, it’s almost a human characteristic yet these immense cousins of ours let us join their families daily without us living under constant threat. There is an honest trust that is hard for us to fathom." - Graeme Purdy

Silverback Mountain Gorilla’ "One of my last memories was noting how amazingly gentle and peaceful mountain gorillas are yet they possess such immense strength. Seems more power people have more they use it and sometimes abuse it, it’s almost a human characteristic yet these immense cousins of ours let us join their families daily without us living under constant threat. There is an honest trust that is hard for us to fathom." - Graeme Purdy

 

 

Lion Love (Tom Way)

 
 We met up with Tom Way this month at the New Forest Show, he purchased many new t-shirts to show off on safari! His work is incredible and even better in the flesh blown up massive with a frame. This one as well as many others are available on his website -  http://tomwayphotography.co.uk

We met up with Tom Way this month at the New Forest Show, he purchased many new t-shirts to show off on safari! His work is incredible and even better in the flesh blown up massive with a frame. This one as well as many others are available on his website - http://tomwayphotography.co.uk

 

 

Baby Rhino (damian aspinall)

 
 This is a beautiful very young baby black rhino which has been born in captivity. These breeding programmes are really important to keep their numbers up and to combat potential extinction. Let's hope to see many more baby rhino faces in the future!

This is a beautiful very young baby black rhino which has been born in captivity. These breeding programmes are really important to keep their numbers up and to combat potential extinction. Let's hope to see many more baby rhino faces in the future!

 

 

Stand Back! (Lisa Kytosaho)

 
 Lisa is more known for her photographs of (and with) cheetahs on the in Western Cape Cheetah Conservation but here she stands in front of an African elephant. We wouldn't recommend standing in an elephant's way but Lisa is up close and personal with the photo to capture this incredible moment!

Lisa is more known for her photographs of (and with) cheetahs on the in Western Cape Cheetah Conservation but here she stands in front of an African elephant. We wouldn't recommend standing in an elephant's way but Lisa is up close and personal with the photo to capture this incredible moment!

 

 

The Poser (puddin and pie)

 
 We simply love this! Look at him posing away for his photograph to be taken. An incredible capture.  "This guy! I'm pretty sure he was posing for me. He kept looking over to make sure I was paying attention."

We simply love this! Look at him posing away for his photograph to be taken. An incredible capture.

"This guy! I'm pretty sure he was posing for me. He kept looking over to make sure I was paying attention."

 

 

LOVE WILD AFRICA?

FOLLOW US!

We'll be back with more photos next month!

 

Which photo is your favourite?

LET US KNOW IN THE COMMENTS BELOW!

LIKE THIS POST? WHY NOT SHARE?!