This is part 2 of our photo series showcasing the animals of our world. We spend a lot of time photographing fauna and this has given us the opportunity to take some great shots. There are strange creatures to be seen both on land, in lakes and under the sea and if you travel enough, you’ll start to really appreciate the different animals that our world has to offer. We’ve never felt threatened by the animals we photograph and we always give them the space and respect that they deserve.
Photographing wildlife is as rewarding as people and architecture, and these photos are our favorite animals of the world. Enjoy!
A majestic leopard on the prowl – Masai Mara, Kenya
Praying Mantis – Annapurna Circuit, Nepal
Ostrich Party – Masai Mara, Kenya
Lunch Time Panda – Chengdu, China
Bird Of Prey – Masai Mara, Kenya
Rock Star Monkey – Kenya
Lazy Hippo – Milwane Nature Reserve, Swaziland
Wandering Giraffe – Imfolozi, South Africa
Big Ears – St. Lucia Estuary, South Africa
Holy Pigeons – Kathmandu, Nepal
Cute Puppy – Umzumbi, South Africa
Raging Buffalo – Imfoluzi National Park, South Africa
One Tusk Elephant – Addo National Park, South Africa
Cute Little Clown Fish – El Nido, Philippines
Shiny Dung Beetle – St.Lucia Estuary, South Africa
Red Panda – Chengdu, China
Too Close For Comfort – Addo National Park, South Africa
A lone White Rhino – Imfoluzi National Park, South Africa
Multicoloured Eyes – Aswan, Egypt
Waddling Penguin – Stone Town, South Africa
Sunbathing Seals – Cape Town, South Africa
As you can see, many of the awesome animals of the world are found in Africa. If you’ve travelled through this wild continent, you’ll know what we’re talking about. We’ve found creatures in places we would never have thought to look. Having a guide can help immensely when looking for wild animals. They have local knowledge and are aware of the behaviour of wild game. No matter where we go in the world, we find incredible animals and we love photographing them every chance we get!
Want more animals? Check out Part #1 of Animals Of Our World
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