Stock photography sales A few examples of stock photos that I’ve sold this week … proving one thing … you can never predict what will sell and what won’t … happy snapping. These photos were all sold via Alamy. There’s information on my wildlife and travel photography workshops and holidays here. And finally, yet again […]
Another few random photos taken on my some of my Sussex photography days over the last 2 weeks. If you fancy joining me for any any of the remaining days this summer then please visit my Sussex photography workshop and course section here.
A few random photos taken on my Sussex photography workshops over the last 2 weeks. I run a number of small group photography courses and one-on-one days which can be tailored to your exact needs.
Water vole photos I’ve been back in sunny Sussex, UK, for a month now and there doesn’t seem to be that many great apes around . Luckily I’ve found a few water voles near to my house which are now in breeding season. Here’s hoping for pictures of babies over the coming weeks.
Mountain gorilla photography Here’s a few random pics from our last mountain gorilla encounter in Bwindi Impenetrable forest. If you fancy coming on one of my future Uganda mountain gorilla holiday there’s more info here. And for some very positive news about the increase in mountain gorilla numbers you might like this link here. On […]
Rushegura mountain gorillas A short video of our recent mountain gorilla encounter with the Rushegura group located near Buhoma in Bwindi Impenetrable forest, Uganda.
Mountain gorilla photography holiday “Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead. Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.” That sums up the last 10 days for me and in many ways there is nothing else to say. We had 3 Jo’s on this […]
Shoebill Mabamba swamp Entebbe I’m back in Entebbe for a few days and it would be rude not to visit the nearby Mabamba swamp in search of the Shoebill and an array of other birdlife … internet access is rather slow but here’s a handful of photos from earlier this morning. There’s more photos of […]
Orangutan photography holiday Borneo trip report 28th Oct to 5th Nov 2013 ” This holiday totally exceeded my expectations from the beautiful scenery to the exceptional wildlife encounters. The Orangutan encounters blew my mind … I cried with sheer joy most days ! ” Sonya Jenkins I was slightly nervous about this Orangutan Foundation fundraising trip […]
Orangutans Tanjung Puting- trip report Oct 2013 Thanks to Caroline, Carlos, Tineke, Rosemary, Mark, Paula and Liz for being so lovely and making this a blissful week. My internet access is limited at the mo but there’s a few photos from this trip below (click on any photo to view them larger). As always our […]
Orangutan art I’m delighted to announce that Sir David Attenborough has signed the drawing below entitled ‘Hanging on’ by wildlife artist Chris Wright. It’s based on one of my photos and will be auctioned at the great ape fundraiser at the Savoy hotel, London on Friday. For more information on Chris Wright’s work please visit […]
LIfe is rarely just black and white … ?
So here’s the question … I have to pick 1 of my dolphin photos below for a feature and I can’t decide between them so I thought I’d leave it to you … lazy I know but also very democratic. So top or bottom ? @IanWoodphotos
Mountain gorilla numbers I’m currently in Uganda having just completed one of my mountain gorilla holidays which was wildlife tastic and has revealed some extremely positive news for conservation of these iconic animals. Such is the success of efforts to protect mountain gorillas, that their numbers have risen by about 10% since 2010 with the […]
In Borneo, Proboscis monkeys are still referred to as ‘Orang Belanda’ which translates as “Dutch man” in Bahasa Indonesian – presumably the early Dutch settlers had large noses, pot bellies and thin red penises. Plenty of people seem to regard these primates as being ugly, but having spent far more time than is healthy with […]
Orangutan smile Exchanging eye contact with any great ape imbues a deep sense of connection … so when this mother and baby orangutan gazed into my eyes it was already a special moment. But then something else happened … they both started displaying emotions which looked like laughter. So here’s the question … are they […]
Borneo insects Orangutans are a keystone species and a symbol for the threatened forests of Borneo and Sumatra. But by default, if we can ensure there is a future for these great apes we also protect a mind boggling array of biodiversity along with preventing hundreds of millions of tonnes of CO2 being released into […]
I’ve just finished work on a magazine article about dolphins … here’s a random selection of some of the images. (Scroll down to see more)Dolphins are just one of numerous animals featured in my new book ‘Swimming with dolphins, Tracking gorillas’ which is a coffee table paperback showing where and how to see the world’s […]
One of the aims of this years International primate day is to highlight the suffering of primates in laboratories around the world. The first image below is a long tailed macaque – tens of thousands of these primates are still exported for use in experiments. Scroll down further for a random selection of my images […]
Orangutan eyes They say that the eyes are the window to the soul. Compare the two photos below. The first is a wild orangutan in Borneo and the second is a young orangutan that was found in a palm oil plantation. She’s now in a care centre in southern Borneo and the eyes say it […]
Cheetah cubs have extremely high rates of mortality with only about 1 in 20 making it to adulthood. Most casualties fall victims to predators such as lions and hyenas with the mother’s main defence strategy being to hide her cubs away and move them to a new den every five days or so. When prey […]
I’ve been going through some of my manta ray photos and there appears to be an image of Jesus on one ? … always thought they were other worldly creatures.