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 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.
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.
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.
Our guests have just returned home and I have spent some time sorting through all of the wonderful photos taken over the past 10 days. As I sort through I am reminded of all the great moment so now is the best time to do this blog post of my favorite memories and photos
When lions make a kill, many species show up for dinner invited or not. Each has an order and rank and they patiently wait their turn because not many are brave enough to take on a lion who is still eating.