Kruger National Park Winter Photos The above photos are from our visit to the Kruger National Park in July this year, which is mid-winter in the Southern Hemisphere.

At this time of year the colors are predominantly warm, ranging from golden brown to ochre. This, together with the dust, often gives photos a more muted, pastel look that, certainly for many, typifies the African bush.

The animals’ natural camoflage is also more apparent, which makes sense as there’s less cover for both predators and prey than there is during summer.

For the full selection of images from this trip, please see Kruger National Park Photos, Winter 2012.

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