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Author: Ian

2020 Roundup

Green Bee-eaters - Sri Lanka Working on the website recently it struck me that I haven’t blogged for some considerable time. In fact it was July last year, but the subject was our trip to Sri Lanka undertaken in mid-February. Time to do a 2020 Roundup then. Sri Lanka was actually our last foreign photography trip and the catalogue of cancellations is...

Sri Lanka in February 2020 – Wasgamuwa National Park

A pair of male Elephants having a 'discussion' A little over a year ago we were given the chance to join a small group of photographers on a conservation/photography trip to Sri Lanka. The conservation aspect was involving Elephants and was planned for morning activity, with afternoons allowing general wildlife photography. The result was on a wet Saturday evening in mid-February,...

Amboseli

African Spoonbill preening Our visit to Amboseli was scheduled to take place in advance of the hosted safari in the Mara. It was a fact-finding visit first of all, but two of our Mara guests decided to come along too. We were due to spend three nights at Zebra Plains Amboseli because we were advised that was the optimum duration. The flight...

The First Hosted Safari

Female Cheetah - Samburu On our first visit to Kenya in November 2017, we could not have predicted how captivated we would become. We already had multiple safari trips to South Africa, Zambia and Botswana under our belts, so we thought we had a good idea of what to expect. But here we are, a little over two years later, eagerly...

Website Works

Green Iguana - Iguana Bridge, Costa Rica For some time we have been of the opinion that our website needed a refresh. The design was out-dated and we didn’t feel the images were displayed to their best advantage. It was easy enough to maintain and quite economical to run, but it had to go. In short, some website works were required. In...