Now that the year is rolling around my mind is starting to wander. I think of long days travelling around with camera in hand. Although the days are never tiring when I am out there exploring I find the thoughts of times on a plane tend to drag me down. The excitement always pings when the plane touches down & the doors open up. New faces, new places, new experiences & landscapes always wait once I can escape the big flying tin can.
This year there is a lot planned & I look forward to seeing old friends, visiting many parks & showing a number of photographers a thing or two in Namibia, Botswana & Ethiopia.
I still have availability if you are interested in joining me in Ethiopia, but I am sure those places will fill rather quick, if you want further info it’s up in my bio.
I have already sold out all my dates for Namibia in 2020, but I am already planning for 2021. If you don’t have your name on my mail list, you may miss a place on that years departures also as they tend to go as soon as they are announced. My mail list always gets the jump as soon as the trips open.
If you have read this far & can only wish to travel with me to learn a thing or two, I would like to thank you for following my work. Your likes & comments are always appreciated & hopefully soon I will have some books and exhibitions to share with you all soon. Till then I have a lot of work to do!
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This old man was captured outside St. George's Cathedral, in Addis Ababa, during the celebrations that on every 26th January are held to commemorate the martyrdom of St. George.
That was a unique chance for a glimpse into the rituals and practices of the Ethiopian orthodox church.
I think this was shot at something ridiculous like ISO 6400 so it's grainy, and rubbish quality (it was way past golden hour and only a touch of ambient light left), but damn if I don't love those little peeks of highlight on a lions face. Just goes to show that sometimes the moment is more important than your settings.