This Week At Angama #17

1 June 2018 | This Week At Angama |

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Photographs galore - a visual extravaganza in This Week At Angama

This week Angama hosted a photographic group from Sweden. To say it has been wonderful would be an understatement. Hours spent out in the Mara Triangle playing around with photography, capturing a myriad of animals and scenes, showcasing light and abundance from all angles, greatly appreciating the endless green plains, all whilst exchanging stories, devouring delicious picnics, exploring seldom driven tracks and sharing countless jokes. It was a great week and so much fun.

However, having guided the photographers on all their full day safaris, I have spent hardly any time back in our Photographic Studio and the computer. It is for this reason that TWAA # 17 is a little different. This really is a point in case of a picture speaking more than a thousand words. So without further ado I bring you a bumper edition of This Week At Angama: 25 images giving you a glimpse into a Maasai Mara photographic safari.

Cameras

Hyena baby and car

Elephants swimming

Elephant walk

Elephants from car

Giraffe and sky

giraffe and jeep

Balloon and trails

Crane backlight

Cheetah in green

Cheetah bw

lioness in waiting

Lioness and warthog fight

Scar

Suunrise and trees

Topi and rain

Croc swimming

Hippos

Male lion in sausage tree

Lioness in tree starring

Lioness stalking

Hot air from angle

Balloon-and-mist

Titus jump

ABOUT: Adam Bannister

A South African-trained biologist, safari guide, author, filmmaker and photographer, Adam is, above all else, a gifted storyteller. After spending the past 10 years working in some of the world’s most beautiful wild places – the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in South Africa, Rajasthan in India, Brazil’s Pantanal, and the rainforests of Manu National Park in Peru – he is delighted to share his stories of one of the loveliest game reserves of them all, the Maasai Mara.

COMMENTS (2)
John Murphy
June 1, 2018

Adam, interesting sharing a basket with you and your Swedish visitors earlier this week and especially reading your profile since. You may recall I wondered who the well known face in the group, was not realising it was you. Fantastic experience. Now back on Diani chilling. Interesting news in Germany today – number of big cats escaping from a zoo but recovered. Enjoying your site and the excellent images. Linda and John

REPLY
    Nicky Fitzgerald
    June 3, 2018

    Hi John – thanks so much for getting in touch. Delighted you met Adam in the basket – I am sure he is tickled pink to hear he has a well-known face 🙂
    Thanks for your lovely feedback and wishing a good relax at Diani

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