The Photographic Angle Wildlife of the world Exhibition

This really colourful bird is a Coppersmith Barbet one of many actively feeding in a fig tree outside the Gir Birding Lodge, Gir, India. It was a joy also to see some 20 other species using this one tree.bthen as dusk broke the Flying foxes moved in

Closser to home this native but rare Grizzled Skipper stops to feed on a meadow buttercup

A life's ambition achieved when I was able not only to dive with these magnificent predators but to photography them - the Great White Shark. This was taken on a trip out of Gans Bai, South Africa

Another endangered species, the Asiastic Ass and here a mare tends her young foul a great addition to the small population surviving in the Little Rann of Kutch, India

This beautiful Malachite Sunbird was captured on South Africa's national flower, the King Protea in Kirstenbosch Gardens, Cape Town

A stunning Spectacled Cobra rises in a threat pose as we passed in a safari jeep within the Tadoba National Park, India

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