Changing seasons with Tami Walker
Tami Walker help us celebrate the changing seasons as Africa’s summer time rains eventually came and went as the equinox pushes us towards the traditional dry safari season from July to October.
This steady march through the seasonal cycles is captured by Tami from her home on the edge of the Zambezi at Victoria Falls.
We celebrate with a sample of Tami Walker’s work
Blood lilies (Scadoxus multiflorus) at the beginning of the rainy season in Hwange
An elusive white rhino from Hwange
Zazu the hornbill, might have acted as majordomo to Mufasa and later Simba in the Lion King – but these are real characters at play in the bush!
Matopos captured at sunrise
Elephants in the Shumba Pan
View across Devil’s Cataract at Victoria Falls
A hidden moon through cloud cover and spray over Victoria Falls
The Zambezi in full spate over Victoria Falls during April
More info on Tami Walker
Understand the season if you’re planning a safari
The “green season” in Africa: what, why, when, where and how – November through to April
Why alternatives to the traditional July to September safari season are so good
The simple guide to planning a trip – geography, seasons and top tips
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Centred around Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Tami’s photographs are a firm favourite with the #Zambezi team…