Waterbucks, Gorongosa

Waterbucks, Gorongosa

Thanks to intelligent conservation policies, the waterbucks in the Gorongosa have recovered in an impressive way. From a few hundreds of specimen in 2002, they are now over 57,000. It cannot yet compare to the shear number of wildebeests in the greater Serengeti but I...
Painted Dogs, Gorongosa

Painted Dogs, Gorongosa

The Gorongosa in Mozambique was once the lost Eden of Africa. This jewel is being rediscovered slowly and most importantly, many species are being re-introduced. Decades of civil war and intense poaching have decimated this amazing land. The stories of the Gorongosa...
The African Buffalo

The African Buffalo

The African Buffalo, a member of the african Big Fives, is one of my favorite animal to photograph. When he doesn’t fill threatened, he is usually curious, perfect for portraits. They often live in large herds, grazing the open grassland. The older males are...
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...
Curious Hyenas

Curious Hyenas

In my opinion, Hyenas do not deserve to be part of the African “ugly fives”. They do have an odd shape with their short back legs and thick and powerful neck and jaws. They are also very cute, in their own way, particularly when you can interact with them....
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...