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Award winning images from the Omo Valley

Earlier this year, Wild Images went on an extensive exploratory photography trip to the Omo Valley and Ilemi Triangle regions of south-western Ethiopia.  It was an intense trip led by Inger Vandyke that visited around 17 different ethnic groups in this spectacular corner of Africa. Joining her was Wild Images guest Polly Fenton who loved […]

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Women of Ladakh Photography Tour Report 2019

  Memorable encounters with some of the world’s highest nomads and most obscure Himalayan cultures were a highlight of our 2019 tour to photograph the beautiful women and cultures of Ladakh. Here Wild Images leader Julie-Anne Davies reports on her highly successful tour. Thiksey to Ulley Our trip began with an early morning departure from […]

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Sri Lanka Wildlife Photography Tour Report 2019

Extraordinary sightings of leopards; a secret location for a herd of Sri Lanka’s Tusker elephants; remarkable views of Serendibs Scops Owl and close encounters with amazing Water Monitors were all highlights of our recent wildlife photography tour to Sri Lanka. Here, Wild Images leader Charlotte Arthun reports on a very successful trip. On the first […]

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Walking with Mucubal Nomads

An intimate account of survival in the face of adversity…. “Don’t go anywhere near that! That’s how they trap us!” yelled out an older Mucubal boy to his two younger brothers. We had encountered them as the sun was getting low in remote Angola. My guides and I were looking for a place to camp, […]

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Wild Images International Exhibitions

Wild Images is pleased to announce our attendance at several international events before the end of 2019. Atlas of Humanity Continuing on from her success with the Atlas of Humanity exhibition in Desenzano del Garda, Italy, earlier this year, Wild Images General Manager Inger Vandyke’s work from India and Ethiopia will be exhibited in the […]

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Svalbard (Spitsbergen): A Polar Wilderness Photography Tour Report 2019

Our 2019 Svalbard (Spitsbergen) cruise aboard the wonderful SV Noorderlicht was another very enjoyable one and addition to our two Polar Bear sightings some great High Arctic photographic opportunities included point blank views of the Svalbard form of Rock Ptarmigan, breeding Ruddy Turnstone, Red Phalarope, Ivory Gull, Long-tailed Jaeger, a visit to the awesome Ingeborgfjellet […]

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The Muhimba of Angola and how they deal with livestock theft

During the Wild Images reconnaissance trip to southern Angola, Inger Vandyke found herself inadvertently caught up in a livestock theft situation involving tribal Mucubal and Muhimba people.  Here is what transpired….. “Out here there are no laws, only traditions. Our traditions take precedent. If we cannot resolve a situation with the elders, then Angolan law […]

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Back Button Focussing

A subject often discussed on a Wild Images photography tour is that of focusing and more specifically, how to consistently obtain accurate focus. It is an area of photography that photographers, especially those starting out, often struggle with. Being able to ‘effortlessly’ acquire focus on your subject or scene when in the field is super […]

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Angola Tribal Photography: Behind the Scenes with Wild Images

Recently Wild Images manager Inger Vandyke returned from a fascinating journey through southern Angola where she visited and photographed some of southern Africa’s most beautiful tribal people. Unlike the more curated experiences you might have with similar tribes over the border in Namibia, Angola is a lot wilder, inaccessible and quite expensive. For lovers of […]

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Spot the Difference! An easy guide to Leopard identification

When you join us on a Wild Images wildlife tour to Africa, and or Asia, there is every chance that you will experience numerous opportunities to photograph this incredible big cat, as they are the most widespread of wild felid. They are the embodiment of feline grace, beauty, power and stealth with their long, low-slung […]

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