Puffins of Skomer by Sue - November 16, 2018Read More
Sue attended our Puffins of Skomer photography holiday in June & has kindly sent in some of her images to share her experience.
Finland’s Wild Brown Bears & other Wildlife from David Jones - November 10, 2018Read More
David was a guest on our Wild Brown Bears of Finland photography holiday. Here, we showcase some of the stunning images that he captured on the trip.
More of the Golden Eagles of the Swedish Winter - November 6, 2018Read More
The Golden Eagles of the Swedish Winter was Murray’s first trip with NaturesLens & he enjoyed himself so much that he went on to book another snow-related tour; which he has just completed, he visited the Ice Grizzlies of the Yukon with both of us.
Golden Eagles of the Swedish Winter by David - September 24, 2018Read More
During early March 2018, David attended our Golden Eagles of the Swedish Winter photography holiday. We chose this time of year to visit Sweden because the Eagles are most active in cold weather. Also, Northern Sweden in winter is spectacular with the pristine snow providing a magical quality to the images.
Wild White Horses of the Camargue in monochrome - September 10, 2018Read More
Earlier this year, I wrote a series of blog posts about the Wild White Horses of the Camargue. I will be heading out to the Camargue on Friday to lead our 2018 trip & thought it would be nice to showcase how these majestic steeds look in monochrome …
Last month Pui Hang had the pleasure of guiding a great group of guests on our South African Wildlife of Zimanga photography holiday. This tour is the perfect blend of traditional safari game drives coupled with some extraordinary hide sessions. There was something for everyone – majestic mammals, beautiful raptors & little birds. Zimanga, the South African wildlife reserve is a 3-hour drive from Durban airport.
Bengal Tigers of Tadoba from Andrew - May 13, 2018Read More
Andrew was one of the guests on this year’s Tigers of Tadoba photography holiday. We arranged the tour for Derek & Andrew after we learnt that two of the tigresses in Tadoba had recently given birth, which meant there was the possibility to photograph tiger cubs.