I always try my very best to tell a story in each of my images. It needs not be the most dramatic event, but some part of the image needs to make you as the viewer stop & relook. A part of it needs to go beyond the flat dimensions of the square frame you’re looking at, it needs to bring the moment to life, it needs to tell a story in one way or another.
This is something you should apply to your wildlife photography. Don’t just shoot for the sake of it. Don’t just grab moments as they come. As with many things in life timing is key, a few split seconds in a still-frame can make your image a success or also, just another photo of a lion.
Photo by @northerngooseproductions .
Aren’t these cheetahs so cute? Which animal are you most excited to see on safari? .
Thanks again to @northerngooseproductions for sharing this awesome photo. If you want your incredible safari travel pics featured be sure to tag me or #shadowsofafrica !
One of the many things I love about travel is meeting the people who live there, and especially the children.
These little cuties were very entertaining. I met them on my recent trip to Namibia in a Himba Village in the desert.
Their haircut is symbolic of their tribe, all young boys have their hair shaved with just the strip left. The women have different hairstyles representing stages of their life and whether their single.
Another honeymoon safari slowly crackles away into the night here @klaseriecamps in our little piece of bushveld paradise... We wish @danielleckim and her awesome hubby Anderson much love, light, peace and serenity on their journey into married life and can't wait to see you both again ❤️
Over the weekend, interns in International Medical Aid’s healthcare programs in #Kenya took a tour of #Mombasa which included visits to Fort Jesus, Old Town, Mama Ngina Drive and Akamba Handcrafts. They also visited Haller Park, a nature park that was transformed from a quarry waste land into an ecological area.