Wildlife images tend to provoke human emotions - pity and awe, tenderness, fascination, disgust or wonder. Sometimes the settings or environment say as much to us - to our hunger for nature, our need for wide open spaces, our desire for connection - as the animals themselves. It's the animals themselves, though, that really matter: not our emotions but the solid, indisputable facts of their presence.
We are not alone. We don't own everything.
These images in colour were all shot in the Etosha National Park, in Namibia, in April.