A big farm, like this one, is divided into sections, for various purposes and use. Most farm roads follow fences, for inspection and fast travel reasons. The standard fence is erected with barbed wire and droppers. Droppers are the poles you see and they are cut from hardwooded trees found on the farm. Termites don't like hardwood.
Since the farm is also a game farm, it means that some hunting takes place during the hunting season (mainly in winter). One of the people in our company, was allowed to hunt a warthog, during our visit. Since the rifle he used, was quite new, he wanted to make sure that all the settings are correct. He took three shots at the white sticker on the box. I thought I will try to take a picture of the stricking bullet - which required of me to press the shutter at the same moment as he presses the trigger. By the third shot I managed to take a picture at the moment the bullet struck the ground behind the target.