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Early 2021 Expeditions to Africa

Wild Images is in the planning stages for three expeditions in Africa.  Led by Inger Vandyke these ethnographical photography expeditions will travel to Benin, South Sudan and Kinshasa in Congo DRC. The first expedition to Benin begins in Cotonou on 8 January and we will arrive for the start of the annual Voodoo Festival of […]

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A Tale of Three Tigresses – Sonam

“NOW this is the Law of the Jungle — as old and as true as the sky; And the Wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the Wolf that shall break it must die. As the creeper that girdles the tree-trunk the Law runneth forward and back — For the strength of the Pack […]

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Wild Images Supports Children in Remote Ethiopia

Recently Wild Images’ General Manager Inger Vandyke donated her aerial image of the Hamer Villages surrounding the small town of Turmi in southern Ethiopia, to the Australian based international NGO Create Impact.  Her photo was sold in an online auction to raise money for the vital work of the group including the construction of schools, […]

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Country reopenings continue and Wild Images tours resume

As time passes since the pandemic started, and a chunk of our lives go with it, it has become obvious that quite a number of you are getting pretty desperate to get out into the world again and start taking photographs. Probably plenty of you felt like we did – like trapped Tigers patrolling their […]

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Kenya: Cats and Critters of the Maasai Mara Tour Report 2020

“This place is just stuffed with cats!” were the first words that fell out of my mouth after our first day on safari in Kenya’s Olare Motorogi Conservancy. I have just returned from leading the Wild Images photo tour where we were based at the wonderful Kicheche Bush Camp, hidden discreetly away in a grove […]

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Ethiopia Through The Eyes of our Guests

Shortly before the world was gripped in a pandemic, Wild Images leaders Mark Beaman and Inger Vandyke had been leading wildlife and people tours in the stunning African country of Ethiopia.  While we were there none of us could have known that we’d be returning home to a world shutting down in order to protect […]

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So what is travelling like in the Age of Covid?

I started to travel overseas again this summer, as our tours resumed. So, what has it been like? Well, the first thing I had to do was to arm myself with facts and try my hardest to rid myself of irrational fears. The media coverage since March has been overwhelming and relentless, so even for […]

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Running Towards the Rains

The epic drama that is the great Wildebeest Migration of Kenya and Tanzania It has been described as ‘The Greatest Show on Earth’ but, to me anyway, the word ‘show’ implies that the annual migration of Blue Wildebeest across the Mara Serengeti ecosystem is somehow put on, that it is staged. In 2020 I experienced […]

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Arctic Treasure – A Tour Report from Wild Images’ Svalbard (Spitsbergen) Classic Tour in August 2020

When talented art photographer couple Duncan Phillips and Irene Amiet joined our Spitsbergen Classic tour in August, we were already excited to see what they may come back with.  Needless to say we were enthralled by their photos of their journey.  Here, they share their experiences in the icy realms of the sea ice around […]

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Three Wild Images Photographers at the Atlas of Humanity

The prestigious, global Atlas of Humanity project was conceived and curated by Martin Vegas for DeFactory, a cultural non-profit association that serves as a meeting point for debate, exchange and promotion of artistic and cultural activities. The goal of this atlas is the mapping of the populations that inhabit our planet by way of a […]

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