By Kate Brackett
In Tanzania, I felt as though I had been blind and deaf all my life without knowing it. When I saw reflections of myself in the eyes of leopards and cheetahs, I realized a dream that I did not even know I'd had.
About the Author
Publish Date December 31, 2010
Dimensions Standard Landscape 120 pgs
Tags mongoose. hyrax. Swahili, Mara River, Arusha, Tarangire, owl, impala, ibis, crane, chameleon, jackal, baobab, flamingo, hornbill, barbet, waterbuck, vulture, kudu, giraffe, baboon, Sitta, lizard, stork, hyena, antelope, gazelle, eland, hartebeest, monkey, Tanzania, Africa, Kenya, safari, lion, elephant, ostrich, leopard, cheetah, Masai, wildebeest, gnu, zebra, warthog, Ngorongoro, Manyara, migration, guinea, topi, Serengeti, crocodile, hippo, hippopotamus, rhino, rhinoceros
Very nice book. I love your simple layout and excellent photos. Thanks for doing the research and taking the time to label each species. That is often missing from Africa photo albums. But I am a biologist and that is one of my pet peeves!
posted at 11:56am Jan 01 PST
Beautiful job well done. I have been to the Serengeti and the Masai Mari and I know the task that you had at hand. That was in the early 70s. I would love to go back with a digital. I must get my slides together and scan them for a blurb.com book to join my others.
posted at 12:29am Jan 01 PST
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