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Wildlife and Landscape Safaris from Africa to the Arctic. Places to go

Review Of Some Of The Most Famous African Animals

That rare and elusive black rhino stands in the endless savannah in grassland — endangered animal. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

They are one of the continent’s greatest assets – an attraction to tourists the world around and a delight to photographers and nature enthusiasts alike. If Africa is known for anything, we know it for the sheer diversity and grandiosity of its wildlife above all else. Here, we are going to look at some of …

Say Good Bye To Kaziranga and Hello To Ranthambore Bengal Tiger Harbor

The excellent Bengal Tiger eyes looking straight into the camera in this close-up photograph. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

We arrived late night in Sawai Madhopur at a farmhouse. Farmhouse, in India? Yes, it is possible. My friend Ravindra from the Ranthambore Regency has built a farmhouse in a beautiful setting at the edge of the Ranthambore National Park. He offered us the house, which has five beautiful big rooms. It was brand new; …

Bengal Tigers, Indian Rhinos With A Bunch Of Great People

A cute Asian elephant calf with its mother is coming out of the tall grass. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Arriving from Swissyland in Delhi with Carole Deschuymere after midnight, 1:00 am, our first “Incredible India” surprise was waiting in a queue to get our passports checked – go with the flow! The waiting was dragged to one and a half hours!! Pffff… a great start indeed, never mind to this experience, we spent each other company …

The Ultimate Photographic Safari

A wildlife photograph shows an African lioness showing her impressive large teeth. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Anette Mossbacher and Peter Delaney will lead a private group of six photographers into one of Africas’ last living Edens. This Unique Photograhic Safari covers three of Botswana’s premier Wildlife destinations. The Okavango Delta, Savute, and Chobe area.  The Safari Photo Tour Dates: 27th October until 6th of November 2017 You arrive a day earlier in Maun, …

Lioness Stalking Wildlife Photographer

A lioness stalks through the grass in this color fine art wildlife photograph. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

African lioness stalking me, that is not the first time, but the very first time that an African lion comes that close in a stalking mode with such a pungent look, which went through my whole body and bones. Wow! The story behind the lioness is stalking me from one of my trips. Arriving at a waterhole, …

Top 2014 Best Photos Review

African cheetah sits in high grass alone in this fine art wildlife photograph. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Time again to write a review of the year 2014 best photos for landscape photography and my wildlife photography. 2015 is already knocking at the door… yet another year is done. Where did the time go? I have no idea, it just passed me, saying hi and bye. “Hello, but that should not go that …

Following Meerkat Family

A Meerkat sentry on the lookout to see any possible threats coming towards the community. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

It always was my dream to see a Meerkat family. We were arriving after a bumpy Cessna flight from South Africa in the Makgadikgadi Pan, a natural salt pan in Botswana. The next morning the adventure started to follow a Meerkat family on their foraging tour in the desert and, of course, to take Suricate photographs. We …

African Leopard Photography

African leopard, Panthera Pardus), African elephant, Loxodonta Africana, together waterhole. Leopard drinks water behind the elephant. The elephant is in the water up to its head. Etosha, Namibia (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

African Wildlife and Landscape Photography sometimes brings quite some surprises on a safari during the day or during the night! Especially African Predators Photography, like this African Leopard Photography. Not to forget the big mammals, the elephants, both together I have not seen very often! Actually, only 3-4 x, going to each other out of their way. This …

African Desert Elephants

An African wildlife photograph in color features an elephant that walks through a dry riverbed. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

African Desert Elephants, like the name, says they live in the desert. Currently only found in Namibia and Mali. These elephants adapted very well to their habitat, the desert. On my trip through Namibia, traveling alone in a jeep with a roof tent, I came across a few times these beautiful magic African Desert Elephants. …

Alone 6000k Through The Natural World

Between two Quiver trees stands a jeep with an open rooftop tent. Everything is in a soft orange glow. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Leaving homeland for the trip “Alone 6000k through the natural world of Namibia”. …arriving in Windhoek / Namibia late afternoon. My first encounter with Photography in Africa – Wildlife – sort of, a big sign of a Warthog. “Safari already, at the airport?” Nop, not quite. The next morning, 8 am… yawn, the hand over of …