Wildlife | November 2012

Shooting in Monochrome – Rhino Road

There is a term photographers use called “leading lines”. This refers to a line cutting through an image, such as a road, fence or river. It draws the viewer into…
Wildlife | October 2012

Shooting in Monochrome – The Big Tusker

I am in love with large elephant bulls with beautiful wide tusks. These old bulls are rather “easy” to photograph, as they tend to be more relaxed than the younger…
Wildlife | August 2012

Singita Sabi Sand

I’ve recently arrived back home from a remarkable trip exploring the unspoilt terrain of Singita Sabi Sand.  Home to three Singita lodges in 18,000 hectares, the reserve’s stretches of grassland…
General | June 2011

A Groomed, Bespoke Country House

Singita Ebony Lodge – a groomed, bespoke Country House – a romantic mix of European and African heritage. After a short closure a restored and re-invigorated Singita Ebony Lodge has…
General | May 2011

Mornings at Singita Explore

Safari Brothers experiencing the adventure of Singita Explore….James Suter shares his morning moments, waking up to the smell of fireside-brewed coffee and glorious sunrises… We awake in the morning at…