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This Week At Angama #112 27 March 2020 I’ve had the mixed fortune of being in the Mara at a time when almost everything is shutting down. It has meant daily game drives and far less studio time, save for photo and video editing. It has also meant a great deal of waiting – waiting on news from around the world; waiting to... By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #110 13 March 2020 I have no hesitation, nor remorse, when I say that my photography in the Maasai Mara is heavily biased toward lions. Of course if you are not willing to be patient and invest the time, then you could leave thinking lions are lazy and boring. But, if you are dedicated, patient, and of course a... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #79 9 August 2019 Dawn breaks in the Maasai Mara – the horizon sits like a table top, the sky illuminated in a Fanta-orange hue. I look for a single Balanites tree to complete the story and wait for the golden sun to rise. In that moment there is a sense of peace and tranquillity. Nature is calm. All... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #71 14 June 2019 The strength of this blog series is that it acts as a visual diary, allowing us to go back and compare animal movements, sightings and weather conditions from year to year. Much has been in the news and on social media about the this year’s early arrival of the Great Migration. After witnessing first hand... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #16 25 May 2018 South African golfer, Gary Player, once famously said that the more you practice the luckier you get. The same holds true with wildlife photography. Not only do your photographs improve the more you practice, but the more time you spend out in the bush the more chance you have of seeing something special. This week... By Adam Bannister