Another journey to Africa is in the wings. I prepare for it by going through photos from my previous trip. Here is a selection of ten new images from Kenya.
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If you're visiting New Zealand, make sure to check out my upcoming travel photography exhibition Boarding Pass, May 20-31 2011, at the Taupo Museum. 'Boarding Pass' is visual meandering, from Rwanda, to Scandinavia, India, New Caledonia, Mali, Laos, Kenya and other locales.
The winner of the Lonely Planet’s Guide To Travel Photography book giveaway is Heidi Gelders of Antwerpen, Belgium. Bravo Heidi and thank you for subscribing to the newsletter. Visit again soon for more photography giveaways and new images!
Christmas was almost a month ago, but the spirit of giving is still in the air! Here is a chance to improve your photography skills and learn from Australian travel photographer Richard I'Anson. To win a copy of his book 'Lonely Planet's Guide To Travel Photography', simply subscribe to the newsletter. Those who subscribed last… Read more »
As a photographer and fervent traveler, I've always sought adventure and discovery. In many of the forgotten regions I visited over the years, the sense of sight isn't as pervasive as one might expect. Witnessing this firsthand made me realize how much I relied on my senses to create photographs that resonate with viewers. There… Read more »
To celebrate Diwali, the Indian New Year, a selection of 25 India photographs are available as wide format fine art prints, at 50% their original price. Sizes available are: 13×19, 24×36, 40×60 inches (33x48cm, 61x91cm, 101x152cm). Each print order is processed, printed, packaged and shipped by me. Each photograph is printed using archival-grade papers and… Read more »
The photographic exploration of the West Africa nation of Mali continues with today's selection of nine images. The initial motivation for traveling to Mali is my love of its music and artists such as Toumani Diabaté, Ali Farka Touré, Amadou & Mariam, to name a few well known ones. But beyond its wonderful music, it… Read more »
On my way to Timbuktu (Mali), I came across this scene on the shore of the Niger river: a mother comforting a little girl with a handful of peanuts.
The exploration of water continues, this time in infrared. The Photo Of The Day is the 'Devil's Throat' waterfall in Foz Do Iguaçu, Parana, Brazil. Devil's Throat cataracts are only one – and the largest – of over 200 distinct waterfalls at Iguaçu. Read more about the Devil's Throat and Iguaçu here. To order a… Read more »
One of the largest storms of the year has been battering New Zealand for over a week now. I had planned to drive to Taranaki to shoot magnificent 6 to 9m waves but floods and landslides cut that trip short. In Wellington, a relatively long distance away from the action, winds and swells were strong… Read more »