I’me back in the office after what feels like a age.
Not so much in terms of time, but more in terms of what I’ve experienced and photographed over the last 2 weeks.
The start of the adventure was hosting a private guided safari for a family of 6 over 7 nights. The itinerary saw us spending 4 nights in a private Concession on Souther Kruger National Park where we enjoyed some fantastic photographic opportunities despite having to work pretty hard for sightings given the dense vegetation.
Join us in Kruger National Park
Our Kruger photo Safaris are based in a private concession and are run over a period of 5 nights.More Info...
From here we transferred through the Kruger National Park and spent another 3 nights at Sabi Sabi Little Bush Camp where we finished things off with a bang. Highlights here included daily leopard sightings and of course, being able to work scenes with the responsible and ethical use of a spotlight after dark.
Join us in the Sabi Sands
Our Wildlife Photography for 2017 is sold out but you can still join us in the Sabi Sands on our Nottens' Photo safari!More Info...
Last but not least, as part of our 23018 Desert Wildlife of Namibia safari Jono and I visited a number of the camps we will be making use of in this itinerary. To say that we were blown away by the photographic opportunities would be an understatement.
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Its hard to believe that the harsh, rugged and arid environments in this itinerary can support wildlife, let alone species such as Elephant, Black Rhino and Lion!More Info...
I’m off on another Private Guided safari for a group of 3 guests to Madikwe on Thursday but am very much looking forward to sharing the trip reports for these most recent safaris with you over the coming days!
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