#BeInspiredBy: Motion

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Its is a new week, which means its a new theme for our #BeInspiredBy Series and this weeks theme is…


It is by no means an easy theme, but the entries that we received were really great.

With the above said, here are YOUR entries…

Callum Evans – The Ghost of the Bainskloof: a female sugarbird that I captured at the moment of takeoff using the flash.

Kerry Mills – The international motion was from the leopard – me I’d forgotten to change my settings from the previous evening. but I love the artistic piece that was created

Jill Vogt – On the hunt

Martha A. Myers – Last June, Andrew, Kerry, Katie, Jimmy and I spent some magical days in the Amboseli and Tsavo West. Guinea fowl aren’t the easiest to photograph, but when the light was low and they were moving [of course], I tried this – my first serious attempt at panning. Not perfect, but it’s all a journey, isn’t it?

Simon Van Orden – Leopard Crawl

Wild Eye Guides

Afternoon Patrol

On the move and looking for a potential meal

Fun and games

High speed chase

Chaos of a crossing in the Masai Mara

Have a great week everyone!

Until next time,


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Trevor McCall-Peat

Having Grown up in White River which then was a small town in the Lowveld, I have had an inner burning desire to pursue my passion and love for wildlife. From a young age I was guided by my family who shares the same passion for the natural world as I do. Frequently visiting wilderness areas from a young age instilled a deep craving to explore and learn more about the bush. Once I left school I began my journey to becoming a guide and following my dream. I have been a field guide for the past 9 years, starting out in the Western Cape and then returning to the lowveld where I spent my last 4 years spend at Londolozi Game Reserve where I gained invaluable experience and had the opportunity to learn about myself as an individual. Through my love for wildlife it has kick started my passion for photography and has allowed me to grow and pursue it as a career. Combining an array of different elements such as safaris, photography, being one with nature and sharing experiences with others is something I have really enjoyed doing and looking forward to continuing it on this new and exciting chapter.


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