Entries by Adam Engela

Behind the Image: Waves of Feathers

Thick dark grey-blue clouds started to hug the horizon as we made our way to a nearby tree for sundowners on the plains of the Mara North Conservancy. The guests and myself hadn’t passed or seen another vehicle since departing from Ngare Serian Camp for the much anticipated afternoon game drive. I could vividly see […]

My life in the Mara: A Day with the Offbeat Lion Pride

  Karibu Sana! My name is Penny Robartes, and I am a professional Wildlife Photographer and Photo Tour Leader. I am currently writing this post from Serian Camp in the Mara North Conservancy, with a view of the magnificent Mara River stretching out before me. The chirping of abundant birds, the breeze caressing the leaves […]

The Land of Ice and Magnificent Creatures

  Going far back into history and historic accounts, it seems that we as a race, have long been wanderers. From desert landscapes to icy mountain slopes, from vast grasslands to thick forests, people have carved a life for themselves in every habitat on Earth. The need to discover new destinations, explore the unknown and […]

Shooting with a Prime Lens

  This isn’t to say that I feel that prime lenses far out-weigh zoom lenses. Not at all. This is not a prime versus zoom post. I do find the set field of vision of a prime can inhibit me from capturing certain images from specific scenes that I would have loved to have captured. […]

The Hunt at Leopard Hills

Destination: Leopard Hills in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve We arrived to a scene where chaos reigned. A healthy pack of wild dogs were in a heightened state of excitement. They were everywhere you looked, running around and constantly interacting with on one another. It was magnificent. Within these moments of constant activity between the […]