Blog:

For ten years, I’ve helped tell the stories of Africa’s wild places. I’ve interviewed anti-poaching rangers, photographed the work of wildlife researchers, and been fortunate to explore some of the continent’s most beautiful wilderness. These are just a few of those stories.


1st December 2011 Seahorses and sewerage…the delicate balance of Knysna estuary

Knsyna is famous not only for its indigenous forests, but al...

30th November 2011 The ellies of Knysna…the mystery of the reality

The Knysna Forests…home to the southern-most elephant popu...

27th November 2011 Circles in a wild forest

The so-called “Wilderness” section of the Garden Route N...

23rd November 2011 Up the Storms River!

The Tsitsikamma coastline is one of the more beautiful in th...

22nd November 2011 Arriving in heaven

I think we have arrived in heaven. For the next two weeks we...

20th November 2011 We’ve done it! The Otter Trail in Tsitsikamma

We’ve done it! The Otter Trail is probably South Africa...

12th November 2011 Off to do the Otter Trail!

We're just about to leave on the Otter Trail in Tsitsikamma ...

12th November 2011 Leaving some of our souls at Gamkaberg

We are very sad to be leaving beautiful Gamkaberg Nature Res...

9th November 2011 Leopards! Here in the Gamkaberg.

There are leopards in these mountains! On our walk down the ...

9th November 2011 The fascinating dry side of the Gamkaberg…

It’s only November, but already the southern African summe...

7th November 2011 Gamkaberg – New wilderness with new wonders

Why haven’t we been here before? That’s how we feel abou...

5th November 2011 Thinking back…and moving on.

The Karoo National Park is more than 88 000 hectares big…w...