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A vertical panorama of the team taking a break in the majestic forests of the Sar Di valley in the remote eastern Himalayas of Arunachal Pradesh, India
Australian Geographic Outdoor magazine published my photograph on its front cover along with an eight page feature article on the Madagascar Coast to Coast expedition in its July August 2014 edition. You can see more photographs from the expedition here or purchase a copy of the magazine from Australian Geographic website. Here is what it looks like.
My first cover shot was published this month for the July August edition of Australian Geographic Outdoor magazine along with an eight-page feature on the expedition. You can read more about the expedition on my site or visit Australian Geographic Outdoor’s website and find out more.
I took this shot with my trusty and battered Nikon D700 and 24-70mm.
I am thrilled to hear that my favourite shot from the Madagascar Coast to Coast expedition is going to be the cover shot for the latest edition (July/ August 2014) of Australian Geographic Outdoor magazine. The magazine will also feature an eight page feature article on the expedition. It hits the stands on 17 July so those of you in the Southern Hemisphere make sure you pick up a copy. I will post a scan of the cover when it comes out. Can’t wait.
My article on the first trans Madagascar expedition is to be featured in Australian Geographic Outdoor July/ August 2014 edition. It is an eight page feature with lots of photographs. The magazine will hit the stands on 17 July so pick up a copy! A brief description of the expedition and photographs can be seen on the Madagascar Coast to Coast Expedition page.
Emili, one of the participants in the 2013 Kamchatka photo tour sent me a photo of Tolbachik volcano. He took this photo while heading back to camp after an evening photo session. They had left me behind on the volcano. I wrote about the experience in an earlier post. While looking closely at the photo I noticed a tiny figure on the edge of the crater and realised it was me.
Here is a zoomed in version of the photo showing me standing at the edge of the crater taking photos of the lava lake. The photograph below is the shot I was taking from that position.
A young male Sambar stag (Rusa unicolor) seen on an early morning jeep ride in Corbett National Park, India. He stood still long enough for me to get him in focus using my 80-200mm lens before the signature clack of my D700 shutter startled him and sent him crashing off into the depths of the jungle. The Nikon D700 has a noisy shutter and for that reason I don’t think it would be a good camera for shooting wildlife; for everything else it’s awesome.