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This Week At Angama #77 26 July 2019 Amongst the photographic community, the Maasai Mara is known as a wilderness area that never fails to produce exceptional sightings. I agree. Every day this week we have witnessed drama unfolding along the banks of the river that winds through the heart of this majestic land. [f 5.6, 1/125, ISO 800, +0.67] Most days in... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #57 8 March 2019 Having been away from the Mara for the last three weeks, I was excited to get back into the thick of things. Something I love about living in a reserve such as the Maasai Mara is being able to watch the seasons change. Going out nearly every day affords one the opportunity to get to... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #5 6 March 2018 Photography is not only settings and technicalities. Quite often it is as simple as capturing that moment: the diversity of a landscape; the colours, relationships and changes; life forms and storytelling. This week provided an abundance of subjects from hunting cheetahs and lions, fast flowing rivers, school children and frolicking zebras, all celebrated in This... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #3 22 February 2018 The Mara Conservancy conducted a controlled burn this week as a means of clearing out some of the moribund grass cover and promoting new growth. Their timing could not have been better as gentle long-lasting rains fell literally 10 hours after the fire. The second the fire was lit birds of all sorts arrived on... By Adam Bannister
So this is what Africa looks like from up here 23 January 2018 What better way can there be to understand a new landscape than to float above it? To momentarily soar in the clouds like a bird, looking down on all creation. The Mara River, the artery of this ecosystem, meanders its way through the legendary Maasai Mara below. Looking down I see a network of animal... By Adam Bannister