The UK Daily Express newspaper recently featured our Kariega lion cubs in their paper.
Posts tagged “Photography”
One thing that you will definitely see while on safari is a lot of sunrises and sunsets! This is because the best time to view wildlife, and of course photograph them, is around dawn and dusk.
Being able to capture magic moments in the bush is a great privileged handed to us in the form of smart, high resolution digital cameras. We are lucky that these days, remembering the safari experience through beautiful photographs can be as easy as 'point and shoot' for amateurs and professionals alike. Having said that...
Jacques de Klerk is a great local photographer who is also doing his Masters in Environmental Management - assessing species diversity in areas of black wattle and in cleared areas. While Jacques once worked as the Kariega Conservation Volunteers Co-ordinator from 2008-2010, he now spends part of his time on Kariega Game Reserve researching for his thesis.
The following images were taken by Katarzyna Cetkowska on her 3 day safari at Kariega Game Reserve South Africa in October 2013. Although she claims to be an amateur photographer, we think these are some of the best landscape images of Kariega that we have seen!
Kariega Game Reserve was recently the location of an Africa Geographic photographic safari, hosted by the very talented photographer and ranger Brendon Jennings. The success of this specialised five day safari has led to the scheduling of two more Africa Geographic photo safaris at Kariega - one in May 2014 and one in September 2014.
The Halter Family from Germany recently spent some time at Kariega, and sent us these great safari shots.
Kariega has recently been visited by some renowned wildlife photographers. This month, Kariega offered it's first official photo safari to guests. With the lush bushveld of the Eastern Cape, Kariega offers a rich and unique backdrop for incredible wildlife photography.
Alexandra Roberts won the Kariega Game Reserve photo competition with her image of a black rhino running through the bush.