Your pictures: Botswana
Spectacular landscape and wildlife provide some stunning images from Botswana.
First time visitor to Africa, Anna Sobotka, writes: "I wasn't prepared for this country's natural beauty and dignity." This is her shot taken in the Chobe National Park of bathing elephants.
Another shot from the Chobe National Park, this time from Anne May of giraffe drinking from the Chobe River.
"The lilac-breasted roller provides a splash of intense colour in Botswana, both when perched on branches and even more so when it swoops unexpectedly across your field of view", writes Philip Willmott
A baobab tree with its distinctive fat trunk and slender branches. Some specimens date back hundreds of years.
A competitor in the 2015 Kalahari desert race, an annual event in Botswana.
Sunset in the Okavango Delta.
A meercat at sunset in the Makgadikgadi Pans, one of the largest salt flats in the world.
The Northern Okavango Delta in an Area Called NG23 near Seronga.
An African leopard captured by Kim Pickett during a dawn game drive in Chobe National Park said to have one of the largest concentrations of big cats in southern Africa.