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Christmas is about Family

Best wishes for a wonderful holiday season with all of your friends and family! Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda. Nikon D3s. Nikon 70-200 mm. ISO 1100. f 4 @ 1/250 sec. Lexar Media.

Fifty Shades of Blue…

The granitic islands of the Seychelles were once part of the supercontinent of Gondwana but have been separated from the mainland for over 75 million years. The crystal clear water and white sandy beaches around North Island create an endless variety of the ocean’s tones and hue. North Island, Seychelles. Nikon D2x Nikon 12-24mm ISO […]

African Green Pigeons in flight

One of the most mesmerising sights in the Northern Congo is the massive flocks of thousands upon thousands of African Green Pigeons (Treron calva) gathering at Lango Bai. The sound of their wing beats as they descend and take flight in unison fills the air in every direction. Location: Parc National d’Odzala-Kokoua, Republic of the […]

The girl who made the stars

Legend has it that many, many years ago, the Khoisan people of Africa’s Kalahari Desert created the stars. Khoisan folklore says that one evening a young, lonely girl was dancing around the night fire when she threw glowing embers high up into the sky. The embers remained as a wide shimmering pathway, illuminating the once […]

The Worlds Greatest Density of Floral Species is in the Cape

The Cape Floral Kingdom of South Africa is home to the highest density of plant species of any of the six great floral kingdoms around the globe. Photo © Dana Allen Covering just 44,000 sq. kilometers, the tiny Cape Floral Kingdom has over 9000 species of plants, over 6200 being endemic and is famous for […]