Great pictures Simon, how do you become a wildlife photographer
Spring is upon us and as much as it doesn’t look like it just yet the signs are definitely there to be seen if you look for them. The first of the migratory birds have started to arrive, exciting times ahead with some friendly competition between ranger and tracker teams. Bragging rights are up for grabs and claims to be first to spot the new arrivals will become more frequent. The days have started to lengthen again as we head towards summer and the first rains are now the talk of the drying bush. The relief they bring to a long harsh winter are all soon to be a reality. The green flush and flood of young impala are distant memories soon to be refreshed. But let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves and rather enjoy the remaining weeks of the dry season.
Enjoy the week in pictures!
Written and photographed by Simon Smit
Filed under The Week in Pictures
Blair, I’m still on that road but I think its crucial to intimately know your equipment and spend as much time in the field as possible, we are extremely lucky to find ourselves here day after day and get the opportunities that we do…
Thank you for responding to me. How can I get those opportunities too I would really love to join you in photographing these beautiful animals if you don’t mind my asking.