Our international flight from London was to Nairobi where we stayed overnight at Serena Hotel. From there next morning we left for Amboseli which was a 4-hour drive. At Amboseli we stayed at the Serena Safari Lodge which is right inside the park on a higher plateau. The view from the lodge was fabulous and we […]
1st Place, Wildlife by Pim Volkers. It was early morning when I saw the wildebeests crossing Tanzania’s Mara River. The layering of dust, shade, and sun over the chaos of wildebeests kicking up water gives this picture a sense of mystique and allure. It’s almost like an old painting—I’m still compelled to search the detail […]
My first visit to Africa was in Nov 2016. Ninan and I decided to travel to Entebbe for an East African tour. Our friend Fazal who was based at Congo during that period, was the man behind that tour also. We had a week long drive through Uganda and Rwanda covering many places which changed […]
Impalas walk near the elevated railway that allows the movement of animals below the tracks at the construction site of the standard gauge railway in Nairobi national park.
Red-billed Oxpeckers enjoy the company of an impala in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. Image Credit: Photograph by Edmund Aylmer via Bird Photographer of the Year 2018 – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian
American bison and other wildlife in Yellowstone National Park
Over the years much of America’s expansive Great Plains have vanished due to human development, but there are still some grasslands that glow with the pureness of the prairie. A prairie area in the northeastern quadrant of Colorado, one that I love, is the Pawnee National Grasslands. In the U.S., the Great Plains lie […]