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October 2012

Our last days catching up with the Lions in the Mara Triangle

We have now arrived back in Nairobi after a pretty horrendous drive back. Which unfortunately included us being stopped by the police twice and witnessing a horrendous incident in which a young girl was knocked down by a vehicle trying to cross a busy highway, really tragic. So as Andy has the arduous task of cleaning out the Land Rover...

July Images loaded on to the website and it’s back to the Mara soon!

Finally we have managed to start loading on some of our favourite images taken during our July 2012 trip to the Masai Mara. CLICK HERE to view or check out www.imagesofwildlife.co.uk and go to NEW IMAGES.  In just over a week or so we are back to Masai Mara for just a short trip so check back here for more African bush adventures!  ...

Continental plates and spouting geysers

Leaving Hotel Anna we were back off on our travels again, this time for the 2 hour journey to Geysir and Gullfoss waterfall via Thingvellir National Park. As we arrived at Thingvellir we could see why the area was a UNESCO site, steeped in geological and historical interest the park was surrounded by volcanoes, most extinct or dormant. However, the...

Up close and personal to Eyjafjallajökull

Up until April 2010 Eyjafjallajökull was 'just another' one of Iceland's many volcanoes that are scattered over the entire island. However, that was all to change when Eyjafjallajökull awoke from her slumber from beneath an icy glacial blanket and became a house hold name (assuming you can pronounce it of course!). Soon Eyjafjallajökull became a news headline across the...