On my last five trips to Kenya and visiting mainly the Tsavo West and East NP as well as Maasai Mara (one time) I always tried to stay away from the masses of tourists in their mini-busses.Actually most tourists want to see the so-called "big five" . Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino, Lion and Leopard. So, to have more intimacy and experience the beauty of the amazing landscapes you have to stay away from this animals, specially lions. It is normal to find one or more lions surrounded by dozens of mini-... continue reading
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Last night I was hunting around on the internet for more birding spots in and around Cape Town when I clicked on a site and started to read about it.But..hello!!...this pic looks familiar :-).It was one of my pics of an Africa Spoonbill which was downloaded from DT.It would have been even better if some credit was at least given for the pic.I suppose they don't have to do that. continue reading
Hi everyone!I just thought of notifying the photographer of this image that it's used in this site.You know that projects at the early beginning are never finished 100% until the client set up his/her mind about the contents... So some changes had to take place on this project (that was mentioned in my previous blog) and here it is with the new layout with this image on the first page!Have a nice day! continue reading
One of my recent projects was with a client from Guinea-Bissau...As an ex Portuguese colony, the main language of Guinea-Bissau is Portuguese...My client is one of those immigrants who initiated some services to help his community...I had the pleasure to meet him & do his logo with a simple website to introduce his services to the people of Guinea-Bissau in Portugal & eventually to the people of Guinea-Bissau as well.Of course I didn't forget to include some of DT images for the special... continue reading
Hi again,If you read my previous blogs (if not you can see links for them on your right hand side of the screen) you probably can understand how one can eager for a nice relaxing finish for his vacation.In order to take photos of all those wonderful wildlife and beautiful landscapes we had to sleep in tents, confront with the heat (30-40 c degrees), wake up every day between 6-7 AM and drive more than 5000km in a truck.Not a simple tasks!!So, in order to spoil ourselves, we decided... continue reading
I am the editor of a magazine in South Africa called Voyage of the Planet. No, this is not another travel mag. The publication features world issues and focuses specially on archaeology and culture.Since I love writing, I try to publish an article in the magazine each issue and the search for a story often leads me to interesting places and offer memorable experiences. This photograph of the boys in Mozambique has a story too.I traveled to Ponta Do Ouro in the south of Mozambique for scuba... continue reading
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