Happy New year wildlife enthusiasts, as we start this year, I would like to recap on the year that was 2015. It was a great year for my wildlife photography. I saw a lot of growth in myself, my images featured in many platforms and I got to sell lots of my images around the world. If you would like to purchase any of my photographs you can do so by visiting the link or by emaling me firstname.lastname@example.org
When i started 2015, i put a task on myself. I wanted to shoot more nature, I wanted to shoot rivers, big violent rivers that flow across continents, I wanted my art to flow into the souls of the African people. I wanted to photograph the many tribes who’s rich culture flows in their long ear pieces. I wanted to photograph the wild fierce cats that share a home with these tribes! I wanted to photograph the young cubs that roam the African plains with no idea whatsoever, what Impala their mum will bring down tomorrow for the sake of their survival.
I wanted to photograph Africa, it’s people, it’s big cats, it’s vast landscapes and the beautiful animals that grace it. I wanted people outside Africa to see this beauty through my Lens because I believe I know Africa better. I wanted the African people to look at my images and think, Whoa we live in a beautiful land, because after all is said and done, there is nothing like the African sunset!
Believe it or not, i got just what i asked God for. I got to witness many things for the first time. My Canon and I got to witness the famous monster crocs of Mara make a kill, we got to witness the famous Malaika hunt.. successfully. We got to witness countless golden sunrises and sets. All i can do is be grateful to God for the opportunities he gave me in 2015 and pray that he gives me even bigger ones in 2016.
My Canon and I wish you happy shooting in 2016.