Wildlife Photography Archives - Angama Mara
HOME All articles with tag: Wildlife Photography
ALL ARTICLES WITH TAG:

Wildlife Photography

Showing:
All categories
All categories
This Week At Angama
Giving Back
Inside Angama
Safari Style
The Mara
Travel East Africa
Stories From The Mara
All contributors
All contributors
Adam Bannister
Adam Scott Kennedy
Alastair Kilpin
Ali Bowes
Alice Mantaine
Alison Mitchell
Amelie Randall
Anna Leidenkrantz
Anne Chege
Annemarie Meintjes
Azei Lago
Ben Friedman
Brent Molsberry
Britt Klaassen
Bunny Farnell-Watson
Byron Ross
CAPTAIN PHILIP KIOKO
Cath Magnifico
CHRIS GOUGH PALMER
Christine Mackay
Collins Randiga
Craig Harding
Dan Davis
Douggy Onsongo
Dr. Les De Villiers
Duncan Butchart
Eleni Karaiskos
Elias Nanka
Emma Gregg
Ericson Lemaalo
Erin Brennan Allan
Fred Ole Sinoni
Gavin Werbeloff
George Tucker
Graeme Cuthell
Graham Wood
Guest Author
Gurcharan Roopra
Ian Dommisse
Ilse Ferreira
Jacob Kupchik
JAMES CHRISTIAN
JAMES FITZGERALD
James Hendry
James Koikai
James Sedera
James Walsh
Jeffrey Thige
Jenny Le Roux
Jens Kozany
Jeremy Goss
Jeremy Ole Moonka
Joel Kapante
John Hafner
John Murray
John Wayongo
Kaleb White
Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
Lauren Levi
Lesley Fox
Liaram Molai
Lisa Christoffersen
Lulu & Hannah
Marina Greaves
Marius Coetzee
Martin Keino
Mary Wanjiru Macharia
Matt Millar
Michael Boyd
Mike Boyd
Misheck Murage
Mwikali Ndambo
Nestor E. Lara Baeza
Nicky Fitzgerald
Oli Dreike
PHILIP BLACKWELL
Prabh Singh
Rhino Ark Charitable Trust
Robert Kiprotich
Robinson Gitonga
Rose Hipwood
Sandy Wolf
Sanjay Gupta
Shaheen Therani
Shannon and Tyler Davis
Shannon Davis
Shari Provenzano
STEVE FITZGERALD
Steve Mitchell
Stratton Hatfield
Sue van Winsen
Susie Allan
Tamsyn Fricker
The Guides of Angama
Tim Coulton
Tim Hulme
Tina Aponte
Tristan Dicks
Turk Pipkin
Tyler Davis
Tyler Davis & Tammy Porter
William Naliki Olais Lemeyian
Wilson Naitoi
Zane Wilemon
Zoe Weill

Featured Story

This Week At Angama #130 31 July 2020 Every year the migration unfolds in a unique way. From the time the zebra and wildebeest first arrive in the Mara, to their movements in general throughout this northern reach of their annual circuit, to when they dramatically start crossing the river in massive numbers; no two years are alike. Given Adam’s exciting blog from... By Tyler Davis
This Week At Angama #128 17 July 2020 It has been surreal, over these last four months, to be the only car in the Mara Triangle. A real privilege and a once-in-a-lifetime experience. However, part of what makes the Mara such a special place is that it is a natural system and a stage on which animals get to perform. Unknowingly, these animals... By Adam Bannister
This Week At Angama #127 10 July 2020 Life at the lodge is always a beehive of activity and out in the Mara, Mother Nature’s work is always ongoing. [f 5.6, 1/4000, ISO 320, -0.67]  Photograph by Adam Bannister Photograph by Adam Bannister Every now and again though, human intervention helps her along the way. [f 7.1, 1/500, ISO400, -0.7] Photograph by Adam... By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #125 26 June 2020 It’s easy to focus on what is traditionally accepted as the “exciting” part of a game drive, especially when you’re a photographer or film maker – the thrill of a hunt or a rare animal sighting are usually top of mind and with good reason. The pink-backed pelican below is an example of such a... By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #123 12 June 2020 Before leaving the Mara, the rain had left its mark across the Reserve, making game drives near impossible – at least not without risk of getting stuck in a muddy hole. Happily, the rains seem to be moving on and it has been fantastic to enjoy sunnier days out in the park. [f 11, 1/500,... By Mwikali Ndambo
Going Once, Going Twice! 9 June 2020 To date, the Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year competition has seen thousands of entries from professional and amateur photographers alike, and it has been immensely rewarding enjoying these entries from photographers from all walks of life, who have managed to capture almost every wildlife scene imaginable.   Last year we hosted a series... By Steve Mitchell