Got Pussy

16/06/2011By MarijnAfrica, Mammals

Out of Africa again, unfortunately. We had two wonderful weeks in the Kruger National Park and were lucky enough to see all of the Magnificent Seven (Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, Cheetah and Wild Dog). Most memorable was the sighting of a Lion (Panthere leo, Leeuw) pride at a Buffalo (Syncerus caffer, Buffel) kill. A huge herd … Read More

Back to Africa

18/04/2011By MarijnAfrica, Mammals

Although I did go out to photograph this weekend, I had to devote this post to an oldie. We have finished our planning for a two week trip to the Kruger national park in South Africa in June. It has been too long since our last holiday to Zambia in 2008 and we are really excited … Read More

Old and New

09/02/2011By MarijnAfrica, Awards, Mammals

— Extra Newsflash — I am very happy and proud to announce that my abstract image of zebra stripes has won the ‘Mountain and Nature in Abstract’ category at the 2011 Memorial Maria Luisa awards. This is a growing Spanish nature photography contest that this year attracted over 11.500 images by 1.000 photographers from all … Read More

Back from Italy

07/04/2009By MarijnAfrica, Awards, Mammals

Last weekend, the annual Asferico photofestival took place in Marano Lagunare in Italy. I decided to visit the festival to receive the award for my runner-up position, because it might well be the only (and thus last) international recognition I’ll ever get. The Dutch really did well this year. We won 15 awards, Wendy Kreeftenbergs … Read More

Asferico 2009 Runner-up

19/02/2009By MarijnAfrica, Awards, Mammals

The good news has been in my mailbox for about a month now, but only now are the results open to the public: I am very happy and proud to announce that my image of “stripes & stripes” has won a runner-up position in the “Composition and forms” category of the Italian photo competition Asferico. … Read More

Images from the past

01/09/2008By MarijnAfrica, Mammals

You know how these things go…you return from a nice phototrip and immediately start to process your favourite RAW files. But of course, during the weeks to follow, you go out again and start to take new photographs. And as the newest photos tend to become the new favourites, you process them first. This way, … Read More