Trierenberg Super Circuit

I recently wrote a short blog on my experiences in entering photographic salons both locally in South Africa and Internationally and what it does for my own photography.  My photographic friends told me that there are a few salons that you have to enter Internationally like the Trierenberg Super Circuit and the Al-Thani awards to…

Thunderstorms and Jacanas

Having recently returned from my first Chobe Safari of 2015, I was once again reminded what an incredible piece of the planet the Chobe River is for wildlife photography.  The photography of the various species both bird and mammal, was diverse and we had some interesting action and interaction like the African Jacanas who are competing…

Shooting in the rain

As nature photographers we have to be ready and willing to shoot in any conditions if we want to get the shot.  In this particular sequence I want to share with you, I was in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in December a year ago when we were challenged photographically.  The day started off as you would expect from a…

Crossing the Mara!

The migration of more than 1.5 million animals from the Serengeti in Tanzania into Kenya by way of the Maasai Mara is hailed as one of the greatest animal migrations on the planet and for any nature and photography lover is a must on their bucket lists. On this massive migration the herds follow the…

Mid Winter on the Chobe with CNP Safaris

One of the questions I get the most when discussing the Chobe Safaris with interested clients is what the best time of the year is to go on a Chobe Safari.  I always say that there isn’t a best time only different times.  When we start our CNP Chobe safaris in March every year following the end of the rainy…

Fast action and beautiful portraits on the Chobe

I am going through my images and trying to decide which images best captures what we witnessed and photographed over the last 5 day CNP safari on the Chobe River.  It is indeed a tough task as one of the clients remarked that every single session delivered something very special.  The birds are here in their hundreds and as the…