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 Worldwide Photographic Expeditions on a Pantanal
Immortalized by award winning nature documentaries and Hollywood blockbusters alike, Kenya needs little introduction to wildlife photographers – the word “safari” is indeed synonymous with Kenya! This East African country offers the essence of an African wildlife photographic safari, and
Congratulations to ORYX’s Marius Coetzee who was announced overall winner of the prestigious African Culture Category with his image titled “The Karo”
ABOUT NATURE’S BEST PHOTOGRAPHY Nature’s Best Photography originated in the United States with ambitious goals to celebrate the beauty and diversity of nature through the art of photography and to use this vivid medium as a creative tool for encouraging greater
Photographing Madagascar Buttressed trees, coiled lianas, draping ferns, orchids and mist. This is the auditorium of the Indri. The largest of Madagascar’s rainforest dwelling Lemur species. And this is where I have come to hear their songs. I have managed to secure the
At a glittering awards ceremony in London on the 24 October 2014; 12 year old Skye Meaker, whose photograph titled “Vanishing Lions” was a finalist in the 11-14 year age category in the 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition.
Congratulations to ORYX partner and multi-award winning internationally renowned photographer Greg Du Toit
We are thrilled to announce that ORYX leader and partner Greg du Toit has just been crowned the 49th Wildlife Photographer of the Year. This most sought-after title was awarded to Greg by BBC Worldwide and the Natural History Museum