Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. Although always having an interest in photography it was not until 2005 that I acquired a digital camera and started to take photographs. Being an IT person I found it easy to analyse and understand the results and therefore I quickly mastered the camera.
The difficult part is mastering the composition and I know from looking at other photographers work that this can take years to achieve. Fortunately, I am very lucky as I have an understanding wife and lots of time to go out taking pictures. There is nothing more rewarding than watching wildlife or seeing the sun come up over
the horizon and it can be even more rewarding if this can be captured into a photographic memory that myself, and hopefully others, will be able to enjoy. I really appreciate you looking at my work and hope that you might contact me with any feedback.

Photo of the month

February 2018

Leopard - Rock Descent

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2018 June - Namibia

Namibia - Quiver Trees, Sand Dunes and Etosha 
In June, Elaine & I together with our photography friends, Ann, Carol, David & Sue, went to Namibia for a 23 day tour. Elaine & I have been several times now so many of the areas we visited we were already familiar with but added Fish River Canyon which is a gigantic canyon in a barren area in the south of Namibia, Walvis Bay, famous for its flamingos on the Atlantic coast and the Himba people of Damaraland. Lots of photographic opportunity especially in Etosha so very difficult to make my gallery selection and keep to a reasonable number of photographs. The highlight of the trip had to be the Jackal on the sand dunes near Walvis Bay and the many zebras in Etosha which amazing were not as inclined to turn their backs to you went you pointed a camera at them.  .