My wildlife photographic journey through South Africa and beyond
Over a decade ago I decided to move away from the corporate world and became a national tour guide in South Africa. Being an animal lover, I wanted to photograph them in their natural habitat and not in a cage. Now I have been given the opportunity to pursue wildlife photography and I am truly grateful as not many get the chance to spend every month of the year in the African bush. I'm truly grateful.
I took it as an opportunity to showcase the beautiful animals through my wildlife photography. I was lucky to be born in South Africa because the continent has some of the rarest and most endangered species of animals there are. Some of which may become extinct in a few years especially the black rhino which is very dear to me. I have some amazing footage and stories about these 'graceful' animals. Coming soon in an episode of my blog.
I have inadvertently also been given this opportunity to witness and photograph some of the most iconic African images, from the Etosha right down to the Addo Elephant Park, from St Lucia to the Kruger Park.
This adventure has been captured with my lens and below is only the beginning of many more images of this eye-opening journey I have been on.