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Hippo and son

HIPPOS – ZAMBIA

Whenever I am on assignment with a specific animal in mind, a key part of my prep work involves studying what imagery of this subject has already been captured. Google makes this an easier chore than it once was and there can be no excuses today for not knowing what type of photograph is banal or hackneyed.

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Flat Final | David Yarrow

GLACIAL RIVER BEDS ON THE SOUTH COAST OF ICELAND

In the early summer the ice melt from the country’s permanent ice caps gathers momentum and this offers extraordinary patterns on the river beds as rain water and glacial water have different densities and therefore do not naturally fuse. The soil is the product of heavy historic volcanic activity and this supplements the kaleidoscope...

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David Yarrow Blog | Adumu Masai Tribe

THE ADUMU – KENYA

There is a Masai village on the edge of Amboseli National Park where daily life is probably no different than it was 100 years ago. The young male warriors clearly take great pride not only in their appearance, but also in the evident sustainability of what is a very basic farming community. I have been...

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DY Kilimanjaro

KILIMANJARO – AMBOSELI

Kilimanjaro is the world’s most recognisable 19,000-foot mountain. The mere mention of its name elicits emotions far stronger than other mountains outside the Himalayas. Much of the reason for this must be attributable to the incongruous beauty of the settled snow on its summit, which sits so near to the equator. Also the mountain itself...

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Day's End

DAY’S END – AMBOSELI

To deliberately seek to capture a silhouette of African wildlife risks the charge of being dubbed mainstream and artistically retrenched. For those reasons, it is not a preferred style of mine – there is little that has not been done and is not hackneyed. But that does not mean that when an exceptional opportunity suddenly...

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