Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year – Winner and Audience Favourites Gallery 2015
2015 Photographer of the Year with Africa Geographic
Congratulations to all the finalists! We felt the 15 images that you will see here stood out from the rest because of the unique and distinctly African scenes they portray, the way they express the raw (and often harsh) beauty, vitality and adventure that is to be had on the continent, as well as the […]
📷 © Laurent Baheux 📷 © Laurent Baheux 📷 © Laurent Baheux 📷 © Laurent Baheux 📷 © Laurent Baheux 📷 © Laurent Baheux 📷 © Laurent Baheux 📷 © Laurent Baheux 📷 © Laurent Baheux Click here to view more of Laurent Baheux’s photography Contributors LAURENT BAHEUX is a French photographer known for high contrast black and white photographs of nature and wildlife. […]
São Sebastião Lagoon – south of Vilankulo. Lesser and greater Flamingo occur in a profusion of colour in the estuaries and shallows along the Mozambique coastline. 📷 The vast Save River empties into an enormous estuary north of Nova Mambone. It is said that the sand and silt carried by this vast river system is what […]
📷 Kolmanskop, Namibia 📷 Kolmanskop, Namibia 📷 Kolmanskop, Namibia 📷 Kolmanskop, Namibia 📷 Wreck of the Eduard Bohlen, Skeleton Coast, Namibia 📷 Xai Xai, Mozambique 📷 Xai Xai, Mozambique 📷 Xai Xai, Mozambique 📷 Xai Xai, Mozambique Contributors Lebanon born CHRISTIAN GHAMMACHI discovered photography in 1991 and since then has exhibited in many countries. His last show in London was titled “Forsaken – Africa” […]
A TRIBUTE TO THE WORK OF A CONSERVATION GIANT It was with great sadness that we learned on Sunday 1 December 2014 of Dr Ian Player’s passing at the age of 87. Dr Player was a giant of conservation, his most notable achievement being his role in the return of the southern white rhino from […]
Photographic encounters at the very heart of Africa.
A PHOTOGRAPHIC TRIBUTE TO KENYA’S SAMBURU PEOPLE Images by DIRK REES 14 November, 2014 The Samburu are a Nilotic people, originally hailing from the plains alongside the Nile river. As part of a Maa speaking group, they moved south under pressure from the Borana expansion in the late 16th century. The earliest settlement of the […]
WEIRD AND WONDERFUL CHARACTERS IN ONE OF AFRICA’S GREAT MASQUERADES Images by Andrew Brukman 7 November, 2014 In the gule wamkulu, or great dance, hundreds of different characters guide society in the moral code of the Chewa people. Some are in the shape of animals, some are roughly humanoid, and some are completely outlandish. Here […]
FINGER PHOTOGRAPHERS, EAR JUDGES AND MIRROR WATCHERS Images and writing copyright of HEINRICH VAN DEN BERG 31 October, 2014 Don’t photograph with your finger I have been a finger-photographer for most of my life. I thought it would be possible to capture the perfect moment by keeping my shutter pressed in until my knuckles become […]
Gallery of fantastic images documenting the journey of an Ethiopian wolf pack from den to fully fledged members of the pack
The ritual journey of a Himba girl into womanhood. The Himba are an indigenous tribe from the arid region of north-western Namibia.
In Chad’s dry season the waters of Zakouma attract a veritable Noah’s Ark of animals.
Heinrich van den Berg shares his latest images
and looks to the silent future of wildlife photography.
Wildlife photographer Hannes Lochner shares his experiences from living and working in the Kalahari
The Kalahari’s resident photographer, Hannes Lochner, gives us a glimpse of his latest work
The importance of dark skies to nature and man.
A collection of the finest images of the rare & elusive pangolin. The world’s most trafficked animal, pangolins face serious survival threats
A PHOTOGRAPHIC TOUR OF ODZALA-KOKOUA NATIONAL PARK, REPUBLIC OF CONGO
A PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPLORATION
OF SOUTHERN AFRICA’S NATURAL HERITAGE
THE WINNERS & FINALISTS IN THE WORLD ELEPHANT DAY PHOTO COMPETITION
The mandrill is the most colourful of all monkeys & occurs in the dense rainforests of Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Republic of Congo & Gabon
A celebration of soaring.