Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park South Africa – Botswana

Kgalagadi South Africa it is one of the most popular places in South Africa too experience wildlife, especially predators. Every aspiring wildlife photographer has to visit the Kgalagadi, and it should definitely be on their […]

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Kruger National Park South Africa

The first time Annette and I visited Kruger National park it was in September. We booked into a Safari tent at Lower Sabie rest camp, with two of our lady friends, Debbie Seegers, and  the […]

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Giants Castle Vulture Hide South Africa

Giants Caste Vulture hide, also known as the “Lamergeyer hide”, is very popular and has to be booked well in advance. Bookings open in November every year. It is located in the Giants Castle Nature […]

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ADDO Elephant Park South Africa

First visit to ADDO Elephant Park South Africa. South Africa’s third largest National Game park, situated in the Eastern Cape, about 60 Km north from Port Elizabeth, is the ADDO Elephant National Park. A paradise for […]

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Pilanesberg National Park South Africa

Pilanesberg is a Game Reserve that is situated in an extinct volcanic crater, northwest of Johannesburg in South Africa. With wooded valleys , beautiful grasslands it is home to the Big Five and many antelopes and abundant birdlife. […]

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Richtersveld Northern Cape South Africa

The Richtersveld Northern Cape is the only true desert mountains in South Africa. This Transfrontier Park measures 5 920 km² of rugged, desolate and hauntingly most spectacular arid and desert mountain scenery in southern Africa. […]

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Leopard Fight in Kgalagadi South Africa

In this sequence of events, you will see a lot of action photography of two leopards fighting. Browse through the photos of this leopard fight, and at the end of the series, you can decide […]

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Kolmanskop Ghost Town in Namibia

Kolmanskop Ghost Town. Spooky-creepy noises of the desert wind howling through the desolate buildings. The tumbleweed is rolling, in the far distance; a brown hyena is running in the dim light and the prickle of […]

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Vignetting Black & White Photos

Vignetting photos is often an unintended and undesired effect caused by camera settings or lens limitations. However, it is sometimes deliberately introduced for a creative effect. Let me show you an image before the effect […]

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