French Polynesia’s sexy secret – December 2015

Dec. 10, 2015 by

“Un, deux, trois!” The countdown ends and we back roll off the Zodiac into the warm, turquois waters. Soon I am descending – three, four, five meters. I begin to

Realm of the Flamingo – Dec 2014

Dec. 13, 2014 by

In September 2005 I took a private charter in a Cessna 206 from Nairobi to the Masai Mara game reserve in Kenya with Paveena and some friends. During the flight I got talking to

Japan – Feb 2014

May. 19, 2014 by

I began this blog back in early March and finished about 70% of it by mid-March. For various reasons, mainly work commitments and laziness, it has since lain dormant gathering cyberspace

2013 – some highlights

Jan. 2, 2014 by

I didn’t do as much photography this year as in previous ones so not surprisingly, I don’t think I got that many quality shots. However, I thought I would recap a few

Kenya/Tanzania – 2013

Dec. 18, 2013 by

It’s been a long time since I’ve written a blog so apologies for this. For several months I was bogged down in a research project for the finance company that I

Training day

May. 21, 2013 by

This sequence was taken late last year in Kenya’s Masai Mara game reserve. The pictures pretty much tell the story so I’m keeping the text to a minimum. All the

Hokkaido, Japan – Feb 2013

Apr. 18, 2013 by

In February (it seems like only yesterday), I made my fifth visit to Eastern Hokkaido’s winter wonderland. I have written before at length about my love affair with Japan, so I

Kenya, Tanzania aerials – part 2

Feb. 3, 2013 by

As promised, here is another set of East African aerials. These were all taken over Lake Natron just across the Kenyan border in Tanzania. I have flown many times over

East Africa aerials, part 1 – algae slicks

Jan. 4, 2013 by

In July and September last year I made two trips to Kenya’s Masai Mara but at the beginning of each I spent several hours in the air shooting images from a light

Nature’s Best awards 2012

Dec. 17, 2012 by

This year I again had two highly commended images in the prestigious Nature’s Best wildlife photo contest. The first image which was highly commended in the endangered species category, was