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Monthly Archives: May 2014
Haunted by a photograph
I came across a photograph recently that, every time I see it, causes an involuntary intake of breath, followed by a silent ‘wow!’. The first time it happened was twenty five years ago when I came across Peter … Continue reading
Posted in Tsavo Tagged 756, African wildlife, Barbara McKnight, Deeble and Stone, drought, elephants, Kenya, Peter Beard, poaching, The End of the Game, Tsavo, wildlife filmmaking 25 Comments
Elephants – why bother?
A few months ago, at a dinner in New York, an aquaintance got into a conversation where a guest asked, “Why all the fuss about elephants – they mean nothing to me personally. Why should I bother whether … Continue reading
Posted in Tsavo Tagged Africa, African wildlife, biodiversity, conservation, Deeble and Stone, ecosystem, elephant, elephants, Kenya, The Queen of Trees, Tsavo, wildlife, wildlife filmmaking 71 Comments