Part II — For photographers Amboseli is a magical place. The light can be soft or dramatic, the skies can be clear or filled with dust, the lake can be as smooth as silk with amazing reflections or ruffled with the wind. You never know what you will find, but it will always be special.
Part I — Amboseli National Park is one of Kenya’s smaller parks. Although only 151 square miles it is the core of a much larger ecosystem that crosses over into Tanzania. Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain at 19,340’, is an impressive backdrop for the park on clear days.
Part III — These are the last images in this series and as usual I've had a lot of fun putting them all together. I hope that you've enjoyed them as well. I'm already looking out for unusual props for next year.
Part II — I enjoyed the challenge of finding new props for my little frogs as well as trying out some new techniques. The red gladiola turned out to be a real find as it went from bud to flower stage in the days that I photographed.
Part I — Once and sometimes twice a year I make time to photograph Patrick Nabors' tiny exotic frogs. I've been doing this since 2008, and it's something that I never tire of. It's fun, challenging and rewarding. This year was no exception.