Thanks to Mark Dumbleton for sharing this post. Promises to be an amazing trip!
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One of the delights of my photographic career so far has most definitely been photographing the many Southern Carmine Bee Eater colonies along the Okavango and Chobe Rivers in Southern Africa. These birds provide such a fun, challenging time and its a wonderful photographic experience.
From 9 to 13, October 2013, I am hosting a Wild-Eye Photographic Safari to Chobe, and one of the highlights and attractions during the month of October are these breeding Carmine Bee-Eaters, which breed on the exposed steep river banks. During the 4-night Safari we will spend a good deal of time photographing these majestic birds, along with of course a plethora of other opportunities Chobe provides.
It’s a Safari I am very excited to host, and look forward to spending time with you in this magical part of the world!
Below are some of my favorite photographs captured over the years of these wonderful photographic subjects.
Click here for more information on this Chobe Photographic Safari, and please don’t hesitate to contact me should you have any question regarding this, or any other Safaris.
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