Yesterday, Ian an I took a wrong turn and almost became an animal’s lunch.
I’ve grown accustomed to our mini adventures, but this time I think we (almost) went too far.
After entering Woburn Safari Park through an exit we’re less familiar with, we ended up seeing more of the park than non-paying members are supposed too.
We noticed that something wasn’t right when we emerged from behind a cattle shed, and a park ranger’s land rover began tracking us. He didn’t approach us so we continued to walk ahead. At this point we saw another park ranger pull up on a grassy verge less than 20 metres away. I felt like a wilder beast.
As cars packed with eager eyed onlookers drove by with their windows firmly locked, I began to feel more like a safari attraction myself. It probably wasn’t the best idea to be sauntering around Woburn Safari Park where some animals are allowed to roam around freely.
Anyway, before we made a swift exit, I managed to snap a couple of bemused Zebras. I’ve always felt an affinity towards the zebra because both our names begin with an obscure letter.
Here they are:
I added a purple cooling filter to bring out the glowing hue around the creatures.
See you tomorrow!