These are such engaging creatures – you have some wonderful shots here!
Thanks Martin. Love the way their behaviour reminds me of some of my relatives 😊. They are endearing!
Great portraits, Liz.
Sensational photos! Reminds me of a good friend who used to blog and had Vervets visit her garden in South Africa. Do you know Sonel? 🙂
Thanks Jo. Yes i remember Sonel – Hartebeespoort Dam area; though haven’t seen het posts of late. Though that could be my fault thro’ limited time. The vervets are nimble inquisitive little creatures – homeowners have to figure out ways to secure houses to keep them out.
She stopped blogging a good while ago. I keep meaning to search out her email to see if she’s ok. Thank you! 🙂
Yes she’s left a bit of a hole, as her presence was very much a part of the weekly blog. Wonder what happened?
I don’t know. I used to have her email but lost it when my old laptop died. 😦
A superb gallery! Love the close up of the feet….almost human.
Thanks visiting Madhu. One day the paleontologists will come up with the link and a shared ancestor 🙂
Their facial expressions say so much. Great captures.
Look at those eyes. Great.
Thanks Rupali 😊 Yes don’t they just ‘speak’ volumes!
Fantastic images with truth and heart.
Thank you Elena.
These are wonderful Liz – love the B&W and your aperture choices are spot on.
so great pictures! awesome job
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