Over the past six months, New York City has been hammered with grey skies and temperatures rivaling the Antarctic. Thankfully, Spring is finally on its way.. at least in one small section of Manhattan that is….
This week I was thrilled to have ONE post my photo-series featuring my visit with the Himba, a fascinating semi-nomadic tribe, that live near the Kunene River in Namibia bordering Angola. Photographing the Himba and their unique way of life was a major highlight of my recent trip, […]
What happens when you see two lights in the dark? Beware, It may not be who you think it is….
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It’s funny what the mind latches on to. All I could think about when our tiny Cessna touched down on the faded airstrip in the middle of nowhere was that I’d never seen so many rocks in my life. How many were there? A billion? 10? I was […]
If you said the Hartmann’s mountain Zebra, you’re correct! I saw my first Hartmann’s zebra in Namibia recently while on a game drive at Desert Rhino camp along the country’s Skeleton Coast. I’ve seen a lot of zebras in my day but the mostly in east Africa on […]
As I followed the three rangers and my guide, Bons, across the endless plain of rocks, I replayed the rules in my head: 1. Be quiet 2. If something happens do whatever the rangers tell me. Seemed simple enough. We started our search before sunrise, driving over two […]