Articles Tagged 'Wildlife'
Yesterday I decided to start looking back through the many thousands of images I captured during our most recent trip to Kenya in 2019. It has now been over two years since that wonderful trip, and sometimes, in the excitement of the 'now', it is easy to overlook images that should have published. Additionally, the [ read more ]
For quite a while now, I have been photographing the rainbow lorikeets which visit our garden. Our garden consists of mostly native Australian plants and trees, and the rainbow lorikeets particularly love to feed on the grevillea bushes we have. We are fortunate to have these colourful birds visit our garden almost daily, and often [ read more ]
With the new year having arrived, the Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year 2021 competition has been launched. I entered last year's competition, and to my surprise, one of my images made it to the top 101 of the 37,853 entries, which was quite an achievement for me, and one I did not expect. I have [ read more ]
In these strange times, there has not been much activity for me photographically, and consequently I have not had anything to report, until now. Last night, I received an email from Africa Geographic to advise that one of my images, which had earlier been selected for feature in the Weekly Selection in its Africa Geographic [ read more ]
In a previous article, I related my unusual decision to enter a photography competition - specifically, the esteemed Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year 2020. I have entered quite a few of my favourite images captured during our travels in Africa. It is proving to be a tough competition, but to my delight, the competition [ read more ]
Welcome to 2020. Early into the year, we made a third visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park, this time with some family members who had come to visit and stay with us for a few weeks. It was their first time to the park, and they enjoyed it immensely. On previous visits, I have been able [ read more ]