Two Horses graze on the sparse vegetation on the edge of the Namib desert - see the red sand dunes in the background.
A Namaqua Sandgrouse
A gang of Gnus - 'Blou Wildebeest' in Afrikaans.
This is the largest group of Ostriches I've seen.
Their bobbing heads looked too funny as they trotted away - Ostriches are known as 'Omo' in the Owambo language.
A family of Meerkats look ghostly as they peer at me through the dry white grass.
An Oryx - those horns are dangerous - I've heard about a wounded Oryx swatting bullets away with his horns but I'm sure that's a tall story.
A Baboon scampers away as I try to get a pic. These rascals have been shot at so many times by angry farmers that if you aim anything at them, they scatter.
A fake Zebra at the entrance to a farm - I'm surprised that it hasn't been pock-marked by poachers ...