Blog Category: News and Updates
For those wanting more information on Naturetrek’s tour programme, and a special focus on the new photo tours, follow the link below to their..
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...
It was a great year for “Title Fight”, the image from Phinda of two boisterous lion cubs play-fighting for early dominance within the pride. Along..
It’s with great pleasure that I can let you know that I have been selected by arguably the UK’s leading natural history holiday company,..
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.
Just a quick note to say how delighted I was to have the image, “Introspection”, reach the Final of the global Travel Photographer of the Year..
Last night's Wildlife Ball at the Dorchester Hotel, London, was once again a fantastic night with celebrities, best friends, great food, fine wine..
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!).
As most of you will have seen by now, either through facebook or the media in general, I was unveiled as the winner of this prestigious photographic prize in September.
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.