southafrica

Earth Day by Katherine Yaksich

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Happy šŸŒ Day āœŒšŸ¼

Hereā€™s one of my favorite images from South Africa

#earthday #savesharks

(at South Africa)

by Katherine Yaksich

| 8:05 AM TODAY |  

A great white shark breaches the surface while hunting near Seal Island in False Bay just outside of Cape Town, South Africa. This great white shark breaching behavior has only ever been observed around Seal Island in False Bay.  

It was absolutely mind blowing and surreal to finally get a chance to experience and photograph this firsthand!  

#sharkaholic #bigcatsplayball #saveoursharks #airjaws  

(at Cape Town, South Africa)

| 8:05 AM TODAY |

A great white shark breaches the surface while hunting near Seal Island in False Bay just outside of Cape Town, South Africa. This great white shark breaching behavior has only ever been observed around Seal Island in False Bay.

It was absolutely mind blowing and surreal to finally get a chance to experience and photograph this firsthand!

#sharkaholic #bigcatsplayball #saveoursharks #airjaws

(at Cape Town, South Africa)

by Katherine Yaksich

| ELEPHANT FACE OFF |

  For #worldelephantday last week.   
According to Aristotle, the elephant is “the beast which passeth all others in wit and mind.” 

#keepitwild #bigcatsplayball


  (at South Africa)

| ELEPHANT FACE OFF |

For #worldelephantday last week.

According to Aristotle, the elephant is “the beast which passeth all others in wit and mind.” #keepitwild #bigcatsplayball

(at South Africa)

by Katherine Yaksich

The Ann van Dyk Cheetah centre has been dedicated to breeding, conserving, and re releasing the Cheetah and other endangered species back into the wild since 1971. 

The cheetah is the fastest land animal and there are an estimated 7,000 to 10,000 cheetah today compared to a cheetah population of 100,000 in 1900. 

#savethecheetah #keepitwild #bigcatsplayball

(at J Bay - South Africa)

The Ann van Dyk Cheetah centre has been dedicated to breeding, conserving, and re releasing the Cheetah and other endangered species back into the wild since 1971. The cheetah is the fastest land animal and there are an estimated 7,000 to 10,000 cheetah today compared to a cheetah population of 100,000 in 1900. #savethecheetah #keepitwild #bigcatsplayball (at J Bay - South Africa)

by Katherine Yaksich

Baboon portrait, Kruger National Park, South Africa

#keepitwild #bigcatsplayball #makeportraits

(at South Africa)

Baboon portrait, Kruger National Park, South Africa #keepitwild #bigcatsplayball #makeportraits (at South Africa)

by Katherine Yaksich

The Milky Way bulge rises above us at Kruger National Park, South Africa, which was completely unexpected. 

#keepitwild #bigcatsplayball

(at Kruger National Park)

The Milky Way bulge rises above us at Kruger National Park, South Africa, which was completely unexpected. #keepitwild #bigcatsplayball (at Kruger National Park)

by Katherine Yaksich

Exactly 5 years ago today, I reset my life and hopped on a plane bound for South Africa and Mozambique not really knowing what the future would hold.  

 I’m excited to return to South Africa and Tanzania this upcoming summer with @andrewmklein to hopefully see some big cats play ball, summit Kilimanjaro, and tell some unexpected stories.  

 South Africa was my first experience in the African wild and it holds a special place in my heart. Pictured here is a lion we encountered on a night drive a few meters from our open air vehicle at Kruger National Park.  

 These past 5 years have flown by and I look back with a grateful heart as I prepare to come full circle.  

 All My Best, 
Reuben 

 #bigcatsplayball 

 (at South Africa)

Exactly 5 years ago today, I reset my life and hopped on a plane bound for South Africa and Mozambique not really knowing what the future would hold.

I’m excited to return to South Africa and Tanzania this upcoming summer with @andrewmklein to hopefully see some big cats play ball, summit Kilimanjaro, and tell some unexpected stories.

South Africa was my first experience in the African wild and it holds a special place in my heart. Pictured here is a lion we encountered on a night drive a few meters from our open air vehicle at Kruger National Park.

These past 5 years have flown by and I look back with a grateful heart as I prepare to come full circle.

All My Best,
Reuben

#bigcatsplayball

(at South Africa)