With Chris Cook

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Africa had already blown my mind. I was travelling with some of my favourite people and we had spent a few days on safari together, things couldn’t get any better.  I was lucky enough to get my hands on the canon100-400mm lens and ended up in the right place at the right time to capture this image of this female Leopard with her kill. She was the star of our trip.

Leopard over her kill – Panthara pardus

Many things in life can be ironic, searching for wildlife is no different. After a long days out on safari, starting early and finishing late, this Vervet Monkey quite literally came to us upon our return.

Vervet Monkey – Chlorocebus pygerythrus

Photography is simply “capturing light,” and the prettiest light tends to be the first thing in the morning. On this early start to our safari, I looked back and saw the sun lighting this tree up in a spectacular fashion. They say you should always look forward, but I think we should look in all directions from time to time.

Remember to look back

Did you know…

…that I give fun, nature-based presentations to schools and other organisations?

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