This page is intended to give quick access to some of my most recent photographs, to save you the effort of browsing the complete portfolio to find what's new!
At the end of July I finally accomplished one of my 'Bucket' trips, to the Brazilian Pantanal, with a follow up vist to the Iguazu falls, which spans both Brazil and Argentina. The primary objective was to see and photograph Jaguar, in which we succeeded quite spectacularly, managing 16 sightings of 11 different animals, but there is so much else to see, Tapirs, Anteaters, Capybara, Giant River Otters, and abundant birdlife, to mention just a small percentage. I'm in the process of sorting and processing my pictures, which may take some time, given that I took over 5000 shots, and it is 100% certain that many pictures, particularly of insects will for ever remain unidentified. As I add to the trip portfolio images will be viewable via the link below. Enjoy!!
Half way through May I went back to visit friends in Andalucia, Spain They've now moved out of the 'Concrete wasteland' and live in a little village called Benahavis, up in the hills above the coastal highways. The place is glorious, within minutes of extensive walks in the hills and with the possibility of plenty of wildlife. All photos are loaded. There's only 9 of them, but they do contain 7 species new to this database. Enjoy, and thanks for looking!