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We have lost the connection with our soul and the peace of our inner being! In my mind, this is because we have made our lives way too complicated with all the rushing around that modern living brings. We rise early in the morning to speed to work, dodging taxi’s that ignore the rules of the road only to...
Photography
“Produce wildlife images that are prone to be stolen” Horst Klemm on image quality (referring to prints in his old office). The inaugural Wild Shots wildlife photography symposium was held recently at the South African Iziko Museum. I was lucky enough to attend this event and meet some of South Africa's wildlife and conservation photography and...
Wildlife
Chameleons belong to the Family Chameleonidae. There 19 species of chameleons occurring in Southern Africa. The Dwarf Chameleons occur mainly in South Africa and there are 15 described species. They tend to be very habitat specific and mostly occur in isolated populations in suitable habitat.
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Jean Tresfon is a wildlife and landscape photographer specializing in underwater and aerial images. He lives in Cape Town and his passion lies in showcasing both his city and his country as a superb photographic destination for capturing alluring and unusual wildlife images.
Photography
 “If you forget it’s a camera in your hands you tend to press the shutter at interesting moments” National Geographic Photographer and entomologist Mark Moffett on photographing insect behavior. Words that really got me thinking about my own photography.
Photography
Want to sharpen your bird photography skills? Join award winning wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick as he takes you through the basics and shares his insights on capturing stunning bird photographs.
Wildlife
Lloyd Edwards, of Raggy Charters, shares his experiences of a sighting of a rare white Southern right whale calf at home in Algoa Bay. Funds generated from marine eco tours with Raggy Charters are used to fund the Baywatch Project. Raggy Charters are one of the oldest marine eco tour companies, combined with a conservation project in...
Travel Writing
The Northern Cape province of South Africa is not often on the map of destinations for travelers or photographers and when effort is made to visit, it is either to take in the spring flowers or head into the Kalagadi Gemsbok National Park. However, the arid interior offers an incredible wealth of smaller reserves and restricted habitat types with...
Wildlife
The elephants of the Kruger National Park are one the enigmatic Big 5 animals on every visitors "must see" list. An integral part of the savannah ecosystem, elephants consume massive amounts of grass, leaves and bark in a day, germinating seeds that pass through their digestive systems and depositing huge amounts of manure in the veld.
Photography
Wild Shots is the exciting, new annual wildlife photography symposium, launching in Cape Town on Saturday the 8th December 2012, to coincide with the launch of the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition at the Iziko Museum.
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