A photographic safari in one of Africa’s most popular game reserves proves to be even better than imagined thanks to the spectacle of the great migration, the stupendous landscapes and an insight into world that is every predator’s dream.
Young lions take a tormentingly longtime to take down an injured wildebeest in the Mara.
A tale of two tails as a leopard cub gets to grips with a small-spotted genet.
A spotted hyena fishes out the rotting meat of a carcass in one of Etosha’s dams.
Wonderful photographs of golden backlit lions playing in the dust.
Anja Denker captures some spectacular images of three tawny eagles fighting over a large snake!
Whilst on holiday at the coast Anja came across quite an usual sight on a beach near Walvis Bay – a little African scops owl sitting on the sand!
Etosha, meaning ‘Great White Place’ consists of a large mineral pan of pale greenish-white clay, silt and mineral salts and it is here where an abundance of elephants can be found.
Many species of cuckoo are brood parasites – laying their eggs in the nests of other species. This photographer got to witness this firsthand in her garden…
Anja Denker has the absolute privilege to have lovebirds frequenting her garden. Here is a compilation of some photos she has taken of these magnificent beauties.
A pearl-spotted owlet provides the ultimate sighting after it catches a lovebird and proceeds to devour it.