Exploring the ancient and mysterious town of Axum, Ethiopia, which claims to be the resting place of the Ark of the Covenant.
Blog posts: Photography
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Many people mistakenly believe Africa was still primitive at the time that the Spanish and Portuguese were setting out to explore the world. However, in Ethiopia there was in fact a flourishing African kingdom. We spent a great deal of time exploring the churches around Gonder before heading to the Simien Mountains.
London is a beautiful, mad mess of humanity. These are some of the people I met, talked to, and photographed while I was there on assignment for Getaway magazine.
Ethiopia has always been at the top of our long list of countries to visit. We didn’t go in search of capturing an award-winning photograph of a malnourished child with a fly on it’s lip, and a vulture lurking in the background. We chose Ethiopia for its culture and insanely fascinating ancient history.
A collection of photos of the more magnificent side of going on assignment for Getaway magazine to the private reserves in the Greater Kruger region
In September of 2012 RamsayMedia Video Editor Alasdair McCulloch was invited to photograph a luxury yacht, the Quo Vadis on the island of Santa Carolina, or Paradise Island as it is locally known, in Mozambique.
Browse a selection of the winners of the 2013 National Geographic’s Photographic Contest and fall in love with the art of photography all over again.
A trip to Malawi is about more than just mountains, tea plantations and safaris. Here’s a look at some images taken from below the surface:
From a dolphin safari to the mazy streets of Stone Town, here are the five experiences you can’t miss in Zanzibar.
Arniston is one of the most photographic little towns you can imagine and a great place to take pictures. Having just returned from a wonderful three-day photographic workshop, it prompted some thoughts and memories that I have about this wonderful seaside town