Taking picture of wildlife demands a great deal of patience. Waiting for the right moment to trigger and... hope for the best. I really love taking pictures on nature continue reading
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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
I have recently returned from an unbelievable trip into Southern Africa, bringing back many images of the wildlife encountered there.All my images have been approved and are now online.Please have a look if you have a moment. continue reading
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 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
Different interesting websites :Check hereCheck also hereThe Dian Fossey Gorilla FundThanks to share your experiences and to suggest links of your favorites websites about wildlife protection in Africa...edited by admin - moved images, named sites continue reading
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