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Mountain Gorilla Charge

I had my back to him as he came tumbling through the undergrowth, a whole 200 plus kilos of him. Branches and twigs were snapping as he pushed through. I was crouching, photographing a female and another Silverback. He stopped … Continued

Animal Whispers and healing with Aries, the cat.

Meet Aries! Aries is another rescue, his foster Mum coming to me for help, due to him being terrified of touch and very skittish. Aries has shown me how previous people disrespected him. How he was treated indignantly and with … Continued

Honorable Mention, International Black and White Photographic Competition; Monovisions

I am stoked to find out today that my image ‘Mother and Child’ that I took in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda last year, won an Honorable Mention in the Nature and Wildlife Category of the International Black and … Continued

Mary

MARY This is Mary, lying on her owner’s knee. Perhaps, to most, this looks like a normal scene, but for Mary, this has been quite the journey. You see, Mary is a rescue, with quite a traumatic past. Through two … Continued

One of the last..

A Northern White Rhino having a fabulous time in the rain; like a 2,000kg kid really   One of the last two Northern White Rhinos left in the world, Kenya. International scientists have successfully created embryos with eggs extracted from … Continued

Miss Molly

MOLLY Meet beautiful Miss Molly, as she likes to be called. Molly’s Mum asked me to do a healing and communication session on her last year with marked improvement in her general well-being after the session. Recently, she was again … Continued

Rhino Run!

I felt it, first on my forehead, then my cheek. Starting with big drops that soon became a downpour. It rained hard. The water hit the dry ground, turning dust into mud and flinging it upwards. I ran, feeling the … Continued