Saturday, 2nd March 2013
Africa in Action
by Brendon Cremer
This image was captured a the world renowned Duba Plains in the Okavango Delta, and has to be one of Botswana’s premier destinations, it is famed for the documentaries filmed there by Derek and Beverley Joubert. Breathtaking scenes that captured our imagination in films such as Relentless Enemies and The Last Lions were filmed at this prime property.
Duba Plains is perhaps the Okavango Delta's most remote camp, located in a private 30,000 hectare reserve in the furthermost reaches of the Delta on an island, surrounded by expansive seasonally flooded plains (dependant on annual flood waters) and shaded by tall ebony, fig and garcinia trees.
Equipment: Nikon D3 & Nikkor 200-400 F4 VR
Brendon is a wildlife photographer, guide, tour leader and adventurer who has attained the highest level of guiding qualifications in South Africa, it is with these attributes and a deep respect and understanding for Africa and its wildlife and through his profound knowledge, Brendon hosts photographic safaris that allow the traveller not only to enhance their photographic skills, but also gain a lifelong admiration for Africa’s wildlife and culture.