Love, Fear, Confusion

Two Arctic hares on the rocky hillside overlooking Blomsterbukten, eastern Greenland. This shot is important to me because of what happened before, and illustrates why wildlife photographers need to understand nature perhaps more than they need to understand photography. Arriving on the coast via Zodiac, we split into rough groups and walked up a shallow […]

Screw you modern conveniences…getting back to nature and loving it!

Welcome to Kolaybyn Eco Lodge in Sweden. Granted this place is not for everyone… • You sleep on wooden bed in a wooden hut • You have to walk to the composting toilets in the dark • You have birds flying into your cabin through the cracks above the door to wake you up • […]

From the good old days…appreciating what you have

So, I’ve been spending some time in our photography archives recently, reviewing images taken many years ago that have been since banished to the depths of my hard drive. My hope was that I might previously have overlooked some gems which, ten years on and with a different eye, I might choose to resurrect and […]

Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park – A Taraji Blue Trip Report

We’ve been receiving quite a lot of requests for advice about African safaris recently, which has inspired me to reshare links to our trip report for the Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park in South Africa. We initially wrote this trip report as a HUGE thank you to everyone on the SANParks forums for their fantastic advice […]