Toehold Patron Sushmitha Reddy speaks about why she’s in love with Africa and her experience on our Kenya Photography Tours.
Some human experiences can hold you under their spell when external contradictions are internalised completely. In Amboseli, Kenya, you will find one such ever-adorable contradiction – the African elephant.
Black-and-white colobus (Colobus guereza)
Great place to see it: Lake Naivasha, Kenya, Africa:
Kirk’s Dik-dik (Madoqua kirkii)
Great place to see it: Kenya:
Photography can bring attention to the beauty and the peril of endangered species, and spark action to save them. On our Photo Tours we’re conscious of this.
Sushmitha Reddy doesn’t miss any opportunity that lets her explore diverse wildlife and make her own stories through photography, complemented by her succinct anecdotes.
The name ‘Harvest in the Savannah’ suggested a bounty of animal encounters, but little did the participants know that with many exotic wild beings, the show would start even before the Tour had properly commenced!
Birds inspire us as the ultimate symbol of freedom, and on the birthday of a man who lived for freedom and died for it, we celebrate the spirit with five record-setting birds.
You can keep conjuring up reasons why you should be in Kenya if you are always full of wanting to explore this part of Africa’s glory. However, here are the reasons why we think you must be there!
They’re the world’s largest land-mammals. Their presence is imposing but also poetic. They’re gentle, gigantic and endangered. They’re elephants. And this is a visual tribute to them.