As a child growing up in a Welsh slum beneath an ever-present drizzle of rain, Dale Morris suspected there might be more to life than collieries and damp sheep. He had seen glimpses of a wider, vastly more wonderful world
Considered one of the ten "mega-diversity" countries of the world, a Brazil photography tour is an adventure to the vast Pantanal, an endless mix of backwaters, lakes, rivers, gallery forests and forested islands. This is the planet’s largest tropical wetland and
I sit in a small motorboat in a shallow tributary of the Paraguay River in Brazil’s flooded Pantanal region. It’s a beautiful and peaceful place, alive with jungle trees and bright green swamps, the idyllic backdrop for Pantanal tours. The boat’s
Upon hearing that a Jaguar had been sighted upriver during our Pantanal photo safari, Capello, the pilot of our little speedboat, put us into such a G-force inducing U-turn that the elderly lady next to me nearly lost her dentures.
Ever since I was an embryo, I have always been in love with weird creatures. Colugos, giant octopi, dugongs, army ants, armadillos, max greebos, and of course, giant anteaters. This week, as I guide for ORYX Photo Tours on a