Blog Category: Blog
As part of a long-running book project, this year I switched my focus to one of the more elusive big cats roaming the planet – the puma. It’s not..
Photography-based tours have of course been around for a long time. People pack up their cameras and kit and head off, generally in small groups,..
Whenever you decide to embark on a photo-focused wildlife adventure, one of the main things you will be turning your attention to is the gear you..
Baffin is a land where beauty and brutality surround you in equal measure. Its towering granite slopes are a constant brooding presence, dominating the winter landscape...
It's been a long winter, but I wanted to give you a flavour of the two new locations I went to in search of polar bears this year. As the first person to visit three different denning sites, two in Manitoba and one on Baffin Island, it was a lengthy, and exhilarating, exploration of the region...
Well, it’s been a busy start to the year – and hard to believe its already February. I just thought I’d put up a brief blog post this month, as facebook is proving popular for updates (and a bit easier to keep on top of when on the road!) and I’m out and about quite a bit at the moment...
The Lake Clark area, just an hour’s flight from Anchorage, offers some of the most spectacular grizzly bear viewing on the continent. Here there are no time-slots, no platforms and you are also not subjected to the jostling of a thousand tripods.
As ever, it seems an eternity since I’ve sat down and been able to put a blog piece together, but, finally, here in the sanctity of London’s Natural History Museum, I’ve managed to drag out the laptop and put keyboard to screen, as it were (not quite as romantic as pen to paper….but, hey, it works!).
Well, my time at Madikwe, in South Africa’s north-western province, is almost at an end, with just a couple more days before I head for home. As I sit here outside my tent in the middle of the day, the waters of the Marico river idle their way past beneath a palette of crimson Tamboti leaves as the colours of winter take full hold.
Well, firstly, I guess I should start with an apology for what has been an inordinately tardy blog post. However, the spring-time palette of colour that greets my gaze as I stare into the garden is certainly a stark, albeit very pleasing!, reminder that the year is running away already.