This was one of the best wildlife experiences that I’ve ever had, and it all came down to the incredible team at &Beyond Nxabega in Botswana. Throughout all of my experience shooting in safari I’ve always wanted to see a leopard and I mentioned thisNxabega Okavango Tented Camp
@thekangaroosanctuary Wow stunning! Might be one of my favourite pics of yours 😍
I’ve seriously tried to take a photo of a kingfisher around the world the whole time I’ve been into photography and never gotten close, they’re so skittish. However, in the Okavango Delta it’s so easy because there is wildlife EVERYWHERE! This is froNxabega Okavango Tented Camp
Possibly one of my favourite photos I’ve taken in 2018 for the sheer emotion it stirs in me. This is Candrew, and he was our tracker in Botswana where mum and I stayed for three nights at the incredible &Beyond Nxabega Camp. Why trackers? In the OkavNxabega Okavango Tented Camp
Okay, so I was 100% planning to post a shot of a lioness and her cub in Etosha National Park but then changed my mind at the last minute to post this! I don’t know what it is about giraffes at the moment but I love them! Don’t worry, I’ll share everMokuti Etosha Lodge
@thekangaroosanctuary So beautiful. She looks a little like my funny faced camel Jasmine 😍
Introducing Etosha National Park Namibia! After departing the desert mum and I made our way north, all the way to Etosha. (I’m literally about to start working on an instagram story re: logistics ️.) We stayed at Mokuti Etosha Lodge, which is locateMokuti Etosha Lodge
@brendanvanson Love these guys!
Possibly the most famous sand dune in the world, dune 45. Its name comes from the fact that it is at the 45th kilometre of the road that connects the Sesriem gate and Sossusvlei. Luckily for me, I accessed the park from Kulala Desert Lodge’s own acceKulala Desert Lodge
@samhorine Whoa! Cray
And here she is, Deadvlei. This is one of the sites that mum and I came to Namibia to see and it was a beautiful experience. Since we were staying at an all-inclusive lodge (Kulala Desert Lodge) we were out with a local guide every day. You can do itKulala Desert Lodge
@thekangaroosanctuary Oh wow! Gorgeous!