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Seven Months Down, Three To Go…

The clock is ticking ever-closer to the crowning of the Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year, but the photographer is not the only winner in this competition

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Bird Photography , Photographic Safari , Photography , The Greatest Maasai Mara , Wildlife Photography

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.

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