That's a little worrisome given the apparent size of the croc in the last picture.
Going back to the first of these three new sets, the Euphorbias really are so diverse aren't they? I especially like the Euphorbia detail picture because it shows the odd manner in which the flowers emerge from the cactus like body of the plant. It's like a 'leaf' just splits and out come the flowers along the edge.
The lighting in all of the second group gives those pictures a warm glow, especially the one labeled "Late Light".
I wonder if this area of the park is part of any of those great migrations we see on Nature and National Geographic programs. If so, it must be getting near feeding time again for the crocs.
Thanks for bringing us along Jack.
Mark in California
Q: "Do you ever sit down?"
A: "All the time until the urge to 'play' some more becomes too strong."