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It's Time to Get Wild!!

As the last elephants go in the car bound for Manchester I can only think about what an amazing ride this has been. I have been so blessed to have such an extraordinary life.  But now it is time to share. For every print purchased over the next 6 weeks every dollar goes back to the conservation efforts I support. 

Whether it is to buy milk for the elephant orphanage at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust or to contribute to the conservation efforts of Beverly and Dereck Joubert at Great Plains Foundation, not one dollar will be wasted, not one.  I could never fully describe how amazing it is to be in the company of our world’s most endangered wildlife, but I can sure tell you how close we are coming to losing the fight for it.

“I Speak Of Africa” at Spiral Press Gallery opens today. It is time to take a walk on the wild side and help those who are so dedicated to making a difference for the preservation of our most cherished resources.  

It’s time to Get Wild!! 

On Safari In The 1930's

ON SAFARI IN THE MOTOR A visitor records the wildlife in South Africa’s Kruger National Park in the 1930s. The sanctuary, which had been established as the Sabie Game Reserve in 1898 in an effort to stem the number of animals lost to hunting, was expanded northwards in 1926 to create a vast area in which the creatures could live in peace. There were as yet few roads. Today’s safari-goers are in general far more enlightened about etiquette in the wild, and would almost certainly not venture this close to such a predator without a guide. The photographer’s car is, we think, a late-1920s Fiat; one can only hope that the cameraman responsible for this picture was safely enclosed inside a second vehicle.