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Tag Archives | Wildlife
From endangered species to wild open spaces, this wildlife tag gathers together the travel blog posts from Inside the Travel Lab that tackle life out in the wild! Read on for great photos, stories, tips and more.
Cwtch, Pembrokeshire To the uninitiated, cwtch does not sound like a pleasant word. For those […]
Lantau, Hong Kong On Lantau Island at the mouth of the Pearl River, the buffalo […]
Ah, how the science of language confounds us. Three words, two feelings. At least that’s […]
Today I moved house. And as I clamber over cardboard boxes in search of tea […]
Sometimes, you have to work hard to see wildlife. And when I say sometimes, I […]
How did you get into shark photography? Did the photography come first or the sharks?
Right now I’m at the airport, dashing to repack and catch my flight. Shorts and…
Mike Rutzen dives with Brad Pitt and occasionally with sharks, or perhaps…
The truth behind the photos at Atlantis…
The sand I’m standing on is soft and bleached, the type that squeaks beneath your soles if you walk too fast.
So much of Morocco reminds me of Andalucia. The heat, the orange-red earth, the metal lanterns, intricate tiles…
Both, too, wear a mixture of myth and mystery…
Birds. With one stretch of their wings they can soar and glide through the sky with a majesty and freedom that man (and woman) can still only dream of. They are majestic, magnificent and make driving home for Christmas seem insignificant when compared to their staggering migratory paths.
They also freak me out…
Raindrops decorated most of my days in the Seychelles, the days passing beneath skies streaked with charcoal, while
Rain. When I first arrived on Desroches Island, the rain stalked and prowled and lurked around like the relentless soundtrack from a gothic horror film. Yet all the malevolence and theatre of the sky couldn’t…
As it turns out, once you’ve made the jump (ahem) into the water to take still photos with a piece of technology, it’s then very easy to switch to the video mode and…
When I first caught the expression of this monkey, poised and watchful, I imagined to myself he might be
In the world’s largest delta, transport takes place on water. While a few motorised boats cruise along the main waterway, to travel through the reeds, you still need a traditional mokoro…
As a child, I always wanted to swim with dolphins. And if I’m honest, a
Bringing you Elephants from the Air. Simply one of the most amazing moments in my life.
- Maptastic-Tacular April 2, 2013
- What is Home, Anyway? March 8, 2013
- Paris Is Always A Good Idea June 26, 2013
- Do you know Pembrokeshire and St David’s? July 10, 2013
- Holy Smoke. A Mayan Massage in Mexico April 10, 2013
- Blue octopus hats are all the rage in December 4, 2013
- Introducing Brunei… December 4, 2013
- The White Mosque in December 2, 2013
- Learnt a new thing: the airline industry traditionally hoses down a plane on its first flight December 1, 2013
- The view from where women leave their shoes… December 1, 2013
- Niamh: Lovely photo round up!...
- Thomas Dembie: Great post! How easy is it to get in to the countr...
- Melissa: I love the way that the hazy quality in all these ...
- A Lady in London: Beautiful! I was there last year and loved it!...
- Samual: hey nice post man and great picture.Hope i can go ...
- Costa Rica
- Czech Republic
- The Maldives
- Saudi Arabia
- The Seychelles
- South Africa
- St Vincent & The Grenadines