Kudus PLQ16 by Vicky Lovatt of Moorcroft


Kudus PLQ16 by Vicky Lovatt of Moorcroft.

Dominance between male kudus is peacefully determined by male antelopes show of their unique tawny-grey colouring and thin, white, sparse vertical stripes with their spiral horns echoing the silhouettes of Acacia trees. Harmoniously, female kudus, and their calves, with cinnamon coats and iced-white stripes, form a loose herd with pumpkin-red impala and their own offspring. The impalas add interest to this safari design where African skies and plains become criss-crossed in a kaleidoscope of complex savannah colours and forms.