an image can work without showing the wildlife but by showing evidence of its presence. Here the elephant tracks can be seen entering the water and exiting the water on the far side of the watercourse. No elephants in the shot, but evidence of their presence.
Late afternoon and an African Fishing Eagle is perched on a branch overlooking the waters of the Okavango Delta.
The mirror like waters of the Okavango Delta can provide some wonderful reflections.
An endangered species, African Wild Dogs are extraordinarily effective hunters. Hunting as a pack, they rely on endurance and teamwork for success.
Early morning light, the framing flexibility of a zoom lens and a low viewpoint, provide for a dramatic image.
One of the nice features in Adobe Lightroom is its monochrome processing capability.
Verreaux’s Eagle Owl – Bubo Lacteus, also known as the Giant Eagle Owl. Early morning, in fact about 20 to 30 minutes before sunrise, so really low light levels. It’s a testament to digital technology that we were able to get useful photographs of these birds at all.
Photographed as it was drying its wings in a tree, darters are a common sight in the Okavango Delta region. The darter (Anhinga rufa), is sometimes called the snakebird because of its habit of swimming with only its head and neck, snake-like, above the water.
Leopards are territorial and will attack or even kill other leopards that enter their vicinity.
essentially the same subject material can be approached and photographed in different ways to give quite a different effect or feel.