Africa is a land where the skies stretch out endlessly in all directions, and the weather systems are as interesting to photograph as the landscape.
|Puffy white clouds dot the endless skies of the Maasai Mara, Kenya|
|A break in the clouds light the golden landscape of the Maasai Mara, Kenya|
|Wispy clouds reach toward the Atlas Mountains, Morocco|
|Clear blue sky compliments red sand dune of Sussusvlei, Namibia|
|Stormy skies loom over windswept coast of Die Plaat, South Africa|
|African rains approaching Lake Manyara Serena Lodge, Tanzania|
|Setting sun slices through dark clouds to light Lake Manyara, Tanzania|
|Infinite blue sky reflects in infinity pool overlooking Lake Manyara, Tanzania|
|Rains sweeping across the parched dry Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania|
|Storm clouds gather as the sun sets over the Serengeti, Tanzania|
There are several reasons for this post today.
1) Weather is the theme for #frifotos (founded by Epstein Travels) on twitter today, so I thought I’d share some of my contributions here on my blog for everyone else to enjoy.
2) This post is linked to two of my favorite travel photo blog-sharing groups – where you’ll find more links to travel photography themed blog posts.
1) I’m getting in the spirit for my next travels, to Africa, this month! I’m so excited to be returning to my beloved Kenya and Tanzania, leading a photographic safari, and I wanted to re-visit these images before I return home with loads of new ones. Please stay tuned, as I’ll be sharing my adventures right here on the Mira Terra Travel Blog!