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  1. Isle of Mull

    Date 03 Apr 2017
    On the search for Otters… Photographing Otters, or at least trying to, is something I’ve been wanting to do for a very long time. In fact, a trip like this has been a couple of years in the making. It was great to finally get to the Isle of Mull,…

  2. Pine Marten Winner - Mammal Photographer of the Year 2017

    Date 30 Mar 2017
    I’m pleased to announce that I have been awarded winner of the Mammal Photographer of the Year 2017 competition with this photo of a Pine Marten in the Scottish Highlands. Chuffed to say the least! :) Congratulations to all other the winning and commended photographers. If you’re interested, I’ve put links…

  3. Pine Marten, Scotland - 2016

    Date 24 Sep 2016
    A young Pine Marten kit takes a closer look at the camera… I think I’m becoming addicted to visiting the Ardnamurchan area… A couple of months ago (yes I’m behind with my blog again) at the beginning of August, and for the second time, I made the long journey north…

  4. Anjajavy, Madagascar

    Date 19 Sep 2016
    The last light of sunset over Anjajavy’s main beach… Anjajavy deserves a special mention. If you go to Madagascar and are able to visit Anjajavy, don’t miss it. It was the last destination of my stay and while most reviews will tell you how relaxing it is and a great…

  5. ZSL 2016 Photography Competition Category Winner & Highly Commended

    Date 19 Sep 2016
    ZSL 2016 Photography Competition Category Winner - Size Matters I’m pleased to announce that I have been awarded category winner and highly commended for two photos in the 2016 Zoological Society of London Wildlife Photography Awards. Both photos were taken in Madagascar last year, easily the most incredible country I’ve…

  6. Andasibe, Madagascar

    Date 19 Sep 2016
    The misty rainforest of Andasibe… From the dry, hot heat of the desert south of Isalo and Ifaty we took a short flight from Toliara back to the capital, Tana. We were on the next leg of our trip heading east to Andasibe. Completely unlike from where we had come,…

  7. Isalo and Ifaty, Madagascar

    Date 23 Aug 2016
    Anja Reserve, on the way to Isalo The landscape changed dramatically when driving south west from Ranomafana to Isalo. This is the land of the Bara tribe and the zebu (cattle) farmer. They have a strong and ancient belief in the benefits of ‘slash-and-burn’ agriculture and as such the air…

  8. Ranomafana, Madagascar

    Date 26 Mar 2016
    The misty rainforest of Ranomafana National Park The area of Ranomafana and it’s national park was our first prolonged stop after arriving in Madagascar. We had already spent a night in the capital, Antananarivo (Tana for short), and an overnight stop in Antsirabe. We were due to spend 4 nights in Ranomafana…

  9. Madagascar - Night Walks

    Date 31 Jan 2016
    A Short Horned Chameleon seen in Mitsinjo Reserve, Andasibe Madagascar plays host to some of the highest biodiversity on the planet. The country has more than 11,000 endemic plant species. All species of lemurs are found in Madagascar and nowhere else. Half of the world’s chameleon species are endemic, as well…

  10. Ile aux Aigrettes, Mauritius

    Date 30 Jan 2016
    Travelling to the island of Ile aux Aigrettes across the crystal clear Indian Ocean revealing coral reef below I was recently lucky enough to visit Madagascar for a month in October/November 2015. Madagascar is a country I’d longed to visit for about six years and what an amazing trip it…

  11. Pine Marten - Scotland

    Date 21 Aug 2015
    a young pine marten kit quickly looks back towards the camera I have just got back from spending some time up in the Ardnamurchan peninsula of Scotland watching Pine Marten. It is a breath-taking landscape of mountain peaks, Caledonian pine forest, fresh water lochs and heather moorland. It was a…

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