Wildlife Pictures From Africa
The wildlife pictures and other resources on this site are for enjoyment. Please browse around and share the sights I've been lucky enough to experience. While most the pictures are displayed in Galleries, the latest images (previews below) can be seen on my Blog.
For wild animals, each day is a struggle to survive, so every sense must remain on high alert.
This edgy, taut-nerved vigilance shows clearly in the eyes and posture of both predators and prey, as in the photos above and elsewhere on this site.
But as the numbers of wild animals dwindle, so too are the opportunities to see them in their natural state.
This realisation has led to a surge in safari tourism, much of it to the nature reserves and national parks of Southern and East Africa. Those fortunate enough to visit these areas often want a record of their safari, hence the growing interest in wildlife photography.
Wildlife Pictures Often Disappoint
As a regular tourist and not a professional wildlife photographer, I have experienced these frustrations.
My ambitions for this website are modest - all I hope is that the pictures provide some pleasure and that I am able to share a modicum of what I've learnt about wildlife and wildlife photography.
Don't forget to check out my Wildlife Photography Blog, where you'll find new pics posted regularly, plus news and snippets about photography, conservation, and wildlife.
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