A trip report from my 2018 photo expedition to Churchill, Canada to photograph polar bears and Arctic wildlife
A photo story and trip report from my 2017 Polar Bear Expedition to Churchill. My small group trip was filled with polar bears and Arctic wildlife.
A safari is an adventure and like all adventures it is full of stories and special moments.
Great photographs enhance and help tell the story. This post is a menu to what I feel are my best Safari Photo Stories
If you go on a safari, you will return with hundreds of stories from the wild: predator vs prey, survival, and cooperation among wildlife.
My two May 2017 safaris were filled with special wildlife encounters, good weather, good company with some really terrific guests. I have presented below what I felt were themes present in each safari that made it special.
We had many wonderful leopard moments over the course of our September safari groups. This evening game drive was especially nice: we tracked a male leopard named Tingana while he went on his early evening rounds
Though there is no hiding the stress of the long drought on the animals and plant life of the bushveld, we had excellent wildlife sightings. The predators thrive during these conditions so we had greater than usual predator sightings.
I hosted 2 wonderful photo safari groups in May 2015. My guests returned with many great action, predator, and close up images.
Elephants can be very entertaining and display many personality traits. We were thrilled to spend some time with an elephant family at a mudbath.
My safari guests stay at my own Tree House lodge which I build myself. We are very proud to announce a new addition to Our Lodge. Our 4th tree house is complete and ready for guests.