I apologize to my followers on this blog for being ”off air” since late last year. I have been busy on safaris, some which were back to back involving big groups that required my full attention. therefore i had very little time to update my safari blog.
Most of the safaris I have been leading have been in Kenya (Amboseli, Masai Mara)and Tanzania (Ngorongoro crater, Serengeti & L. Victoria). However, these are not the only safaris i have led recently, some involved smaller specialist photographic groups visiting other parks in Kenya i.e. Sarara, Lewa downs, Lake Nakuru, Amboseli, Lake Bogoria and Baringo. others were birders to Kakamega forest. In all these trips, myself and my guests have been fortunate with great sightings. some of the guests are people i have guided a few times before, and for me knowing their interests made things easier and this resulted in successful safari. Some of these guests were Kym and Tonya Illman from Perth Australia and Mr. Roger Hooper from the UK. You can see some of the images on their websites, http://www.kymillman.com and http://www.rogerhooper.co.uk. Roger is running an exhibition of these images in London from the 12th of June at the OXO gallery. you can see other details on his website if you would like to go to his exhibition. i have just finished a one week safari with Roger in the Mara and were we lucky with the weather and great sightings of leopards everyday for seven days!
Below are some of the pictures taken on some of these trips. I will post more photos from my previous safaris later.