Let’s discuss the best places where a wildlife photographer can get the maximum inspiration. The Amazon Basin, Brazil: There is no doubt in that the wildlife photography lovers have been long planning to explore the amazons and its vivid wildlife. This region has been known to as the Amazonian or the Amazon Jungle. This jungle is home to 427 mammals which include jaguar, sloth, and river dolphin, 1300 birds which include macaw and 378 reptiles including anaconda and Jesus lizard. Here you can find some of the rarest of species which make its all suitable for that perfect clicks. Another interesting wildlife found here are the turtles where they will seek refuge on a further inland etc. So, don’t miss your chance to visit this amazing amazon.
Uganda: Did you know mountain gorillas sleep in nests? If you don’t believe us, then join a wildlife photography holiday to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and see for yourself. Porters carry your kit, but you need to be in decent physical shape as some trekking is necessary – man’s closest cousin changes his sleeping location every night. A steady hand is useful – it’s not unknown for gorillas to take an interest in their visitors and come up for a closer look.
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My new supplier going forward is a UK based company that focuses on minimising their impact on the environment, and aims to guide and influence their customers into making eco-friendly choices for their printing. Through this, I am now able to offer products that: were produced by a waterless and chemical free printer; are supplied in only recycled boxes with biodegradable eco-flo packaging as an alternative to polyester ‘peanuts’; contain only 100% recycled paper or paper from sustainably managed forests; use Carbon Offset papers and printed with vegetable oil based inks; and produced by people who recycle 100% of their printing generated waste with none going to landfill!
2019 – Liverpool Art Fair: “What’s Occurring?” completed in 2015 in acrylics measures 26″ by 14″, and was featured in the 2019 Liverpool Art Fair exhibition at the Metquarter for a total of three months. 2015 – National Exhibition of Wildlife Art: My painting, “A Road to Survival”, on display at the exhibition arena in South Wirral, Merseyside. Painted in acrylics and measuring 26″ by 14″, the final piece is mounted in a solid oak wood frame. Read more details on vlgstudios.com.