A lone giraffe wanders amongst the acacia trees in Kenya, East Africa.
A herd of African elephants cross the desert to the next watering hole.
I took this shot in the grounds of the lodge we stayed at in Kenya, East Africa. They were very inquisitive and enjoyed watching us have a beer!
Gazelle grazing in the relavtive shade of acacia trees on a plain in Kenya, near Nukuru.
A digital painting of one of my own photographs taken on the shores of Lake Nakuru, Kenya.
A portrait of a wild zebra taken in the Nairobi National Park, Kenya.
Portrait of a zebra, taken in Nairobi National Park, Kenya, East Africa.
Reticulated giraffe – Giraffa reticulata is now found predominantly in central, north and north-eastern Kenya, with small populations and range persisting in southern Somalia and southern Ethiopia.
A digital painting of one of my own photographs of a small herd of giraffes roaming in the wild in Nairobi National Park. It is unusual to see giraffe out in the open like this.
A digital black and white painting of a zebra and antelope resting near an acacia tree in Nairobi National Park, Kenya, East Africa.
A young African lad walks slowly along the waters edge in quiet contemplation. Behind him the Mombassa sea sparkles in the late afternoon light. This has a painterly effect added. Black and white.
Stormy skies hovering over calm waters on the East African coast as the sun sets. Fishing boats are moored for the night.
A beautiful (and cute) baby elephant orphaned and being cared for in The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) Elephant Nursery in Nairobi.
Three zebras graze beside the dirt track in the Amboseli national park, Kenya
The Thomson's gazelle is one of the best-known gazelles. It is named after explorer Joseph Thomson and is sometimes referred to as a tommie”. Thomson's gazelles can be found in numbers exceeding 550,000 in Africa and are recognized as the most common type of gazelle in East Africa. The Thomson's Gazelle can reach speeds of 50 miles an hour. It is the second fastest animal on earth.
In East Africa, vervet monkeys can live in mountain areas up to about 13,000 feet, but they do not inhabit rain forests or deserts. Their preferred habitat is acacia woodland along streams, rivers, and lakes.
A herd of zebra graze on the African plain in Kenya.
A family of elephants walking away towards the next watering hole in Amboseli National Park, Kenya, East Africa. Elephants are the largest land mammals in the world today, but they are truly “gentle giants”.
Three flamingoes take off from Lake Nakuru together. There are large numbers of these beautiful pink birds on the lake which is in Kenya, East Africa
A beautiful African elelphant stopped and posed for a photo. These magnificent creatures really are the gentle giants of the World.
A mother, sister and calf elephant stop and wait for us to pass them by in the Amboseli national park, Kenya, East Africa.
A family of elephants travel across the Masai Mara desert in search of the next watering hole.