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The Osprey That Dropped In

Rule No 1 in wildlife photography-always expect the unexpected (and be forever grateful for it!) Rule No 2 – Always have your camera at hand. When you don’t you miss stuff that otherwise would have been captured (and forever rue the day!) Rule No 3 – Don’t screw it up (or you will always regret…

Kruger in the Wet

  Kruger in the rainy season is a totally different experience to the dry season. The wet season may be a time of plenty for the wildlife but it’s a time of drought when it comes to good photography opportunities. The bush throughout the park during this time of year is a lush green with…

Big Birds in the Land of Big Sky

One of the most striking things about Australia is the contrast between it’s blue sky, olive green plants and deep orange-red soil. But most of all it’s a land of big sky. Big sky made all the more bigger and colorful by the absolute lack of pollution and more stunning by the big birds that…

Enraptored

The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park has a reputation as one of the top places to photograph Africas great birds of prey. So it was with much anticipation that we entered the park hoping to come away with a fair share of its bounty. Despite it being a short trip we were not disappointed and I can…