Nature & Wildlife

Couldn’t Take the Photograph

While on safari in Kenya my wife and I were on an evening game drive when we came across the local pride of lions (the Enkoyeni pride) comprising 2 big males, 8 females, and 10 sub-adults.   Our guide Pingua (Ping) told us the pride hadn’t eaten in a few days and were... Read More

A Magical Experience

My wife Bobbi and I have been truly blessed to travel to Africa so frequently.  The African bush is magical.  It’s both spiritual and raw, all while it’s authenticity washes over you in ways that must be experienced to be understood. Recently I was re-reading Lawrence... Read More

Dumela Rra

We were running a bit late for our afternoon/evening game drive at the Vumbura water camp in the Okavango Delta.  I was unpacking camera gear while Bobbi was doing a quick change after our hot and dusty morning outing. Bobbi was putting on a clean pair of safari pants... Read More

Unnatural Selection

In 1859 Charles Darwin put forth his theory of natural selection—the non-random process by which biological traits become either more or less common in a population as a function of differential reproduction of their bearers. In other words, nature ensures the... Read More

A Tale of Two Hunts

My wife and I recently returned from southern Africa were we experienced one of the most incredible spectacles imaginable.  On our first morning in the bush our guide was driving us and another couple from the Matashu Camp through the center of the dried out Mujale... Read More