This old fellow is the lead bull in a bachelor group of 7. He has an exceedingly long & thin left tusk that would seem to interfere with grazing at times. The right tusk was probably broken in a fight some years ago.
A Lake Baringo Cormorant. I've always wondered how they catch fish in the turbid waters of this lake- underwater visibility must be no more than 4 inches. Cormorants are plentiful though, so they've obviously got the ways & means!
Big cloud, little rain. It's isolated showers like this between rainy seasons that keeps many of East Africa's plains game dashing from one 'green-up' pasture to another. Wildebeest are well known for being able to sense green-ups from many kilometers away, especially just after grass fires have passed through a region.