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A Jackal on a Hippo Carcass…

The circle of life is demonstrated on a deep level in these shots. A lone black-backed jackal is feeding on a hippo carcass. The drought has caused countless hippo havens to dry up, resulting in many deaths in the population. This... Continue Reading →

Elephants & a sunset

This is a scene I will never forget. I have experienced many a special moment in my life, but standing on the banks of the Chobe River with my family, a gin & tonic and a true African sunset was... Continue Reading →

On the hunt…

I took these photographs in the Kruger National Park along the road to Orpen Gate. It was one of those sightings that we stumbled upon completely by chance. We had just been sitting at a typical Kruger lion sighting early that... Continue Reading →

Bird Blast

GREEN WINGED PYTILIA Previously known as the Melba Finch (a name with slightly more charm if you ask me). These bright, tiny finches are little bubbles of brilliant colour that bounce around the African Savannah. Sightings are often fleeting due... Continue Reading →

A moment between a baboon and her baby…

I just have to share this light-hearted, sweet moment between a mother baboon and her baby. The baby had been up to mischief, frolicking around with the other young baboons in the troop when mom decided it was time to check... Continue Reading →

“In every walk with nature one receives far more then he seeks” – John Muir

“If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere” Van Gogh

The Waterbuck

My favourite antelope, the Waterbuck. I think it's the fluff factor, if you have ever seen a Waterbuck calf you'll know exactly what I mean. A baby Waterbuck has more fluff than the unicorn from Despicable Me. Aside from that... Continue Reading →

The African Spoonbill

The African Spoonbill is an extraordinary bird. I mean seriously, it has a spoon on its' face! Jokes aside though, I find the adaptations of species like the spoonbill utterly fascinating. Their very long, thin legs allow them to wade... Continue Reading →

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