We photographed this Cape Sugarbird at Kirstenbosch Gardens in Cape Town, South Africa. He was very cooperative, posing for us long and often. We shot this on the Nikon D800 on a DX crop and used an AF-S 80-400mm lens hand held. See more of our work at http://www.rogerandpatdelaharpe.com.
Alas, we only see these Yellow-billed Kites in the summer months here in South Africa. A pity as its wonderful to see them in flight as they look for food... See more of our work at http://www.rogerandpatdelaharpe.com
A forest elephant crossing a river in Odzala National Park in the Republic of the Congo. See more of our work at http://www.rogerandpatdelaharpe.com
We've been to some pretty wild places in our time and #DesertRhinoCamp in #Damaraland in #Namibia was right up there with the best of them. We were there to document the desert adapted black rhinos that occur in this area for our #AfricanIcons book. It was hard, dry work but one of the highlights of our year shooting pics for the book. Things, though, don't always go according to plan... Visit www.africanicons.co.za to see more #BehindTheScenes action. @wearewilderness #bts #behindthescene
We've done a much shorter version of this #movie before but this is better. Must tap to turn on sound. Shot on the #panasonicgh4 and #Canon 100-400 lens at the #DrakensbergSun in the #KwaZuluNatal #Drakensberg, #SouthAfrica. #wildlifemovie #nature #naturemovie #meetsouthafrica #birds #birdmovie #video @tsogosun
We got some lovely images (like this panorama stitched from 5 or 6 images) of an elephant herd walking across the plains of the Amboseli National Park in Kenya. This one is available as a fine art print. See more of our work at http://www.rogerandpatdelaharpe.com