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African Lion (Panthera leo nubica)

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Wildlife & Travel Photo Stories by Elliott Neep

Little Owl (Athene noctua)

Little Owls Find Their Dream Home

For ten years, the Little Owls of Eastbrook Farm, Wiltshire lived in the squalid roof space of a derelict rust-bucket, the Shepherd Hut. After the events of last summer, it appears that they've finally had enough. The tiny nesting space in that old tin can was like an oven, with ...
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Black-backed jackal (Canis mesomelas)

Jackal tag-team prey on newborn gazelle

Big cats are beautiful and the 'massive nature' spectacle of endless herds migrating north is a bewildering vision. But, somewhere beneath the glossy brochure exterior of the 'Big 5' (I hate that phrase), blue skies, and picnic breakfasts out on the savannah, there is a relentless fight for survival being ...
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African Lion (Panthera leo nubica)

Why you should always respect your elders!

It was still very early in the morning as we made our way to a rendezvous with a few other vehicles from Kicheche Mara Camp. They had found the local lion pride breakfasting on a fresh zebra kill (taken down in the early hours). The two big pride males were ...
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African Lion (Panthera leo nubica)

What happens when you slap a huge lion on the nose?

As had become the norm, the Large Marsh pride were enjoying their morning sun-bathing session, sprawled out on the parched silt. The pride male was sitting on a lofty grass-covered vantage point, again looking windswept, interesting and still so majestic. As our Landcruiser came to a halt, he shook his great ...
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Feisty lion cub steals the show

Feisty lion cub steals the show

I was in Ndutu for five days, guiding my Oryx Photography clients through Northern Tanzania. We'd found the Marsh Pride on our first day and spent a great deal of time with the lions every day afterwards. On this particular day, one little feisty lion cub stole the show. When we ...
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Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)

How do cheetahs learn to hunt? Welcome to Cheetah School!

It’s November and I'm Kenya's world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve. As we enter the Short Rains, equatorial heat and morning sunshine repeatedly give way to torrential afternoon downpours and steely grey skies. The herds are dwindling as herds of The Great Migration head south, following the rains and fresh pastures. Accompanying the ...
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High-quality stock wildlife images

Sunrise Perch (November 2010)

Stock Images | Coming Soon

COMING SOON | Since 2005, I have photographed with 35mm full-frame DSLRs and pro lenses. The vast majority of my images are available at a native resolution of 4,000px to 7000px at 300dpi. I take pride in my work and animal welfare always takes priority. When licensing an RM image, the price will depend on what you’re usage, i.e. what you are using the image for. To make things easier I have some great price packages ready to click and go. These are based on the most popular image usage, offer you great value and can be found below each image.

Featured Wildlife Photography Articles

Elliott Neep

30+ top tips to improve your wildlife photography

Over 30 marvellous wildlife photography tips and techniques that I've compiled over the years. The list is periodically updated with new tips and refined techniques that I frequently use. Get out there and put them to good use! Good support is ...
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Water Vole (Arvicola terrestris)

10 top tips for photographing water voles

Autumn and winter are the perfect seasons to see water voles. By November,  the reeds and marginal vegetation, that hide the banks and water's surface,  have died back. Large stretches of clear water and marginal banks are exposed. Water voles ...
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Sheathed Woodtuft (Kuehneromyces mutabilis)

See How Easily You Can Improve Your Fungi Photography

The first wildlife subject I photographed was a birch tree polypore (Piptoporus betulinus) in grainy black and white film. I can vividly remember looking at the structure for the first time and thinking that it just was so odd, like ...
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Kick-off Your Garden Bird Photography Project

Kick-off Your Garden Bird Photography Project

With my 12-step guide to setting up a simple but effective photographic stage... This is a great project for the time-constrained weekend photographer. The setup is simple. There are no specialised tools or fancy gadgets. You just need to spend a little ...
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Stag's Breath (October 2008)

Everything You Need To Know About Photographing In Deer Parks

Deer parks offer practically unrivalled photo opportunities. Plus, it just feels amazing being so close to the red deer stag, our largest land mammal. Photographing 'wild deer' like the stags below, requires immense effort and a huge investment in time - researching locations, ...
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