A rhino mother and her calf as seen from the road in Hluwluwe Park, South Africa, August 2015.
This is true that I wanted to meet black rhinos when visiting the Ngorongoro crater. This is one of the few places where you can see them in the wild and of the rares locations where they are protected against near certain extinction in the short term. But I did not expect to only find… Read More
The WWF has a wide Black Rhino Range Expansion Project which is trying to ensure a better future for the Black Rhinoceros species. They are under a severe threat because their horn is considered as the source of a powerful medicinal drug in several cultures. The black rhino is protected and poaching is slowly reducing… Read More
Back from a few days of photo trip to Nepal, I feel it is time to share with you some of this astonishing experience organized by Amawanda and guided by Alain Pons. I am more or less a wildlife photographer attracted to the African wide-open spaces. But I had been attracted mostly by the presence… Read More
I’m just out of eBay where I bought a second-hand Minolta 1.4x lens converter to extend a little my tele-lenses when I put them on my Sony Alpha 700 and the old faithful Konica-Minolta Dynax Maxxum 7D. I think it is going to support me when I go to Nepal (Bardia National Park) in next… Read More
In the spotlight: Sony Alpha 900 Canon EOS 5D Mk II Nikon D700 FX Download Nero for free Borneo rhinoceros is certainly an endangered species with only a few dozen individuals alive. The first photo of one was shot only last year, but the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) project has published the first video staging… Read More
Pierre Matter is a sculptor whose production should attract the eye of most of the visitors. You can find more at: Galerie Opera, The art of Pierre Matter on Knutz.net.
As announced earlier here, I went to South Africa for a photo safari. Now, I’m back and I am currently rumaging through the 1500 images I brought back (don’t worry; most of them are just crap that I will not inflict on you). But some will be appearing on the site in the coming days.… Read More
A scientific study recently suggested that these animals that were present in West Africa no longer exist in the wild and the species went extinct in this part of the world. Actually, the expected last animals failed to be found in Northern Cameroon. Consequently, the West African black rhino sub-species has been tentatively declared extinct.… Read More