Every effort on this Gallery site has been made to accurately represent the vibrant colours of Sam’s images. Due to differences in computer screens and certain other variations, the images here should only to be taken as a guide. Obviously, the colour and sharpness of a finished print are far superior to what can be presented on a small screen.
$210.00 – $2,700.00
Driving through the Serengeti somehow our driver spotted this Dung Beetle pushing this large ball up a steep hill to impress the female. It wasn’t till I saw the image on my Laptop the I realised he is upside down pushing it with his hind legs backwards. Amazing to see.
Serengeti National Park was one of the first sites listed as a World Heritage Site. Already by the late 1950s, this area had been recognised as a unique ecosystem. Today, most visitors come here with one aim alone: to witness so many types and kinds of animals. Whereas other famous wildlife parks are fenced, the Serengeti is protected, but unfenced. Giving animals enough space to make their return journey, one that they’ve been doing for millions of years.