Iguazu the Ultimate in Waterfall Photography

Iguazu Falls

  We’re surrounded by a fairy-tale landscape of multi-layered cataracts, interspersed with basalt cliff faces and deep green, jungle-like rainforest. Iguazu Falls is so expansive that every time we round a corner on the network of paths, we’re faced with yet another stunning scene. Iguazu boasts a string of superlatives, from UNESCO World Heritage Site, […]

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Final Round – Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Leopard, Serengeti

  We’re fortunate to have two of our images chosen for the Final Round of Judging in the 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition sponsored by the BBC and the British Museum of Natural History. The leopard photo is in the Earth’s Designs in Black and White category. This is from a trip we […]

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Photographing the World’s Most Famous Glacier

Perito Moreno Glacier

A three-hour flight from Buenos Aires brings us to El Calafate, a rapidly growing tourist town in the southwest corner of Argentina. Its prime location makes it a popular jumping-off point to explore southern Patagonia, with one of the world’s most famous glaciers less than a two-hour drive away. Driving west of town, we follow […]

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