Victoria Falls and the Zambezi

Victoria Falls and the Zambezi

Victoria Falls, on the Zambezi river, is often considered to be the most picturesque of the world biggest waterfalls. Geologic faults create weak points in the basaltic rocks, and in return preferential erosion from the large volume of water collected by the Zambezi...
Anvil Bay, Maputo Reserve

Anvil Bay, Maputo Reserve

 In the nature reserves South of Maputo, just North of Ponta Chemucane, lies the Anvil Bay lodge. Reaching the pristine beach of the lodge presents some challenges: there are no roads in the reserves, merely some sandy tracks, necessitating the use of powerful...
Bushy Park

Bushy Park

I visited London recently to attend a meeting and I was fortunate enough to land very early on a crip sunday morning in Heathrow. My brother in law, a talented amateur photographer, was very kind to take me to one of his favorite spots on the outskirts of London,...
Trees of the Serengeti

Trees of the Serengeti

The Serengeti in Tanzania is a place dear to my heart, not just for its spectacular wildlife. I really enjoy exploring the vastness of the plains, it is so peaceful and quiet. Watching the grass moving from the light breeze next to some of the most beautiful trees on...
Lake Tahoe, California

Lake Tahoe, California

I braved the Friday afternoon rush hours in the Bay area to head up to Lake Tahoe for a very short weekend. The scenery is stunning, with granitic outcrops everywhere. Despite a lack of clouds, experiencing this place on a bright sunny day is something to remember....
Aerial Photography in the Serengeti

Aerial Photography in the Serengeti

Anti-poaching rules prevents us from using drones to capture aerial photography in the Serengeti. An alternative to shoot from the sky is to use hot air balloons, an experience that goes far beyond photography. I got the chance to experience it in two occasions, once...