Articles Tagged 'Animal'

One Year Since Africa

On this day last year, we were in the African wilderness, on the final day of our magical photographic safari in Motswari Private Game Reserve. It has been a while since I posted an image from that trip, so here is a new image of one of the magnificent Jacaranda Pride lionesses we encountered on [ read more ]

Makepisi's Afternoon Rest

It has been a while since I posted an image I captured during our epic African safari adventures in October of 2012. I still have quite a few images from that trip to publish. I thought it was time for some leopard love, so here is Makepisi male, a resident of the Timbavati region of [ read more ]

Big Cat of the Kruger

It has been a while since a leopard turned up 'round these parts, so here is another tight view of Rockfig Jr female, a stunning leopardess who inhabits the Motswari Private Nature Reserve in the Timbavati region of greater Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga province, South Africa. We had a fantastic morning with Rockfig Jr, and she [ read more ]

Xenedette's African Wildlife Photography Début

We have been back from Africa for over two months now, but it has taken a while for Xenedette to get around to working with her images. With a little help today, Xenedette has made her African wildlife photography début on 500px, with the upload of her first image - a stunning portrait of Makepisi male [ read more ]

More Photographic Highlights from Motswari

During our time in South Africa, and in the Motswari Private Game Reserve in particular, I shot so many images, and even now, barely over two months since we were there, I am still processing and uploading images. While I have detailed our adventures in the Timbavati here on this blog, in some cases I [ read more ]

Africa: Day 6 - From Jo'burg to Cape Town

Our sixth day in Africa began a new chapter of what was a short but intense two-week journey. The day before, we had been in the African bushveld, surrounded by amazing wildlife, some of which we had never seen before. After the conclusion of that trip, we had flown back to civilisation, where the only [ read more ]