How reading the newspaper makes you a better photographer
As a travel photographer, one of the keys to a successful trip is the ability to anticipate certain events. The bigger celebrations are hard to miss but the smaller ones don’t tend to get much press outside the local community. That’s why I always make sure to talk to people about any upcoming events and read every local newspaper I can get my hands on.
The unlikely Friendship between a Leopard cub and a Porcupine
Only in Namibia can visiting a veterinarian turn into a wildlife experience.
Who says cats don’t like baths??
You've got mail! Here's how cheetahs send messages.
The fastest land animal on the planet, with top speeds of 60 mph, cheetahs hunt in open grasslands, where their speed can be used in full force. Photo Jochem Wijnands
Surrounded by hungry cheetahs I suddenly know what it means to be prey
‘Prrrrrrrr.’ A cheetah comes bounding up to me from behind. He licks my hands with his coarse tongue before nestling down behind me, still purring affectionately. “Don’t move,” warns Mario Nel of the Otjitotongwe Cheetah Farm.
This cheetah is thinking inside the box
Fighting temptation, a hungry cheetah at an animal farm near Otavi, a small town in Central Namibia, paces back and forth in front of the fence, keeping its eyes locked on the goats standing just out of reach.
Namibia's "White Lady" is not white and not a lady
After a long drive over Namibia’s dirt roads and a strenuous one-hour hike through the riverbed of the dry Tsisab river I finally make it to the Brandberg Mountain in Damaraland, the home of a thousand bushman paintings.
Sossusvlei: a masterpiece by Mother Nature
Namibia’s Sossusvlei is, without embellishment, one of the ten most beautiful places on this planet.
Why don't we just let them be?
Compared to the dreariness of Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia, the provincial city of Opuwo is awesome.
The biggest national park in Africa
Etosha National Park, Namibia’s 8,600 square meter wildlife sanctuary which is home to hundreds of species of mammals, birds and reptiles, could easily be mistaken for God’s backyard.