It is Day 10 of the Covid-19 lockdown, here in South Africa, and autumn is in the air in Johannesburg.
Usually when I post about wildlife photography it is simply to share my images, to comment perhaps on the choice
I will be in Brussels when this post appears, traveling for a few days on business. To keep the customers
Interviewer: Dusk at Kalk Bay – tell me about this image. (PS click on the image to enlarge). Me: No.
My scheduled post last weekend would have landed on your devices whilst Rob and I were in Cape Town with
As you read this, Rob and I will be in Cape Town – Simonstown, to be precise – for a
Flamingoes alighted on the Sunday morning at Marievale, drawing out a dozen or more of us birdwatchers and photographers, tripods
The early wagtail catches the worm. Marievale Bird Sanctuary.
This confident raptor seemed unperturbed as I stopped the car below his high-wire perch, carefully climbed out, and rested the
Ruffs in formation against a blank sky make an abstract pattern, suited I think to black-and-white; but Ruffs flying low
I took a series of images of Southern Red Bishops clinging to the reeds early one morning at Marievale. This