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20 05, 2020

Tsavo at Night

2020-05-20T14:05:49-07:00May 20th, 2020|Wildlife Photography Blog|

We call this page "nocturnal Africa" since we spent a significant amount of time out in the bush throughout the evening. Its a whole different world at night.... Before we begin lets look as some of our guides par excellence! Simon, guide and budding comedian forgetting to take the lens cap off. Chui, the flat tire king And Alex, laughing at us as we clang aboard the Land Rovers with all of our equipment. We used a million candle power light at night in order to see in the distance. Most of the time all we could see were the

20 05, 2020

Photographer’s Africa

2020-05-20T13:44:42-07:00May 20th, 2020|Wildlife Photography Blog|

In February of 2013 I took 10 people to Lake Ndutu in the southern Serengeti of Tanzania to photograph the wildlife, particularly the big cats. The Serengeti is a wildlife photographers dream, and will spoil you when you travel to other parts of the world to photograph wildlife. Click here to see my prior page on the Lake Ndutu area in 2011 to get more details why I go back to this specific area of the Serengeti. We are planning another trip there in 2015. I have lots of pictures and stories from prior Africa trips in the Wildlife Photography section of this web

20 05, 2020

Northern Michigan Wildlife

2020-05-20T14:50:22-07:00May 20th, 2020|Wildlife Photography Blog|

Michigan is a mecca for wildlife, and a wildlife photographer's dream in all seasons. One of the best times to see wildlife in Michigan is in springtime, especially May and early June. The migrating wildlife have returned, the babies are being born, the area is waking up from a long winter, and the leaves are not yet on the trees. This allows you to see into the forest and spot more wildlife. Migrating species that abound include sandhill crane and bald eagle. You can find them anywhere in the state, but especially in northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula (UP).