Our May safaris were exceptionally full of wildlife and brought a few pleasant surprises and unusual sightings. We visit 3 different areas within the Greater Kruger Park and the Park itself. We tracked leopards in Sabi Sands and photographed from a unique water level hide.
Our May 2022 Small Group Safari in South Africa was full of wildlife and wonderful photographic opportunities and settings. We photographed in Kruger Park, Sabi Sands Reserve, and at a special private wildlife hide at water level to a watering hole
I present my trip report from our first ever visit to the water level underground photographic hide in May 2022. This was an exciting new way to photograph and highly successful with notable visits from giraffe and elephant herds. We will be looking forward to many future visits.
I have added an exclusive 2 night stay at a house with an underground water level photography bunker / hide for our exclusive use. After magic days in Kruger and Sabi Sands we will relax and photography all day and night in the hide.
Giraffes battle over mating rights and territory but sometimes they are just learning to fight or fighting to find their place in the hierarchy. New research has suggested there are rules to these more casual spars.
I share with you all of my favorite photography and wildlife encounter moments form my safaris in September 2021. Highlights include baby leopards, lion cubs, and girafees
I hosted 2 photo safari groups in May 2021. The guests were wonderful and fun people and we were rewarded for being brave early post pandemic travelers with exciting wildlife encounters and no other tourists around.
Travel Insurance is very important for people who are not willing to take a risk on loosing a significant amount of their travel fees. There are options to cover the most expensive events such as medical or full cancellation.
The Kudu, Nyala, and Waterbuck are antelope both found in South Africa. They have similarities, especially in the females, but once you know the differentiating features, you can quickly tell them apart. Here are some images to help you learn each species.
While on safari I like to keep my equipment streamlined and light. My Canon 70 – 200mm f2.8 has taken the bulk of my wildlife image, but I updated my long lens to the Canon EF 400mm a light and compact powerhouse