Project 2023 wild rover

Wild rover

Project 2023 wild rover

Close-up photography.

After project of the lookout at the water point carried out in 2021

and improved in 2022

a new idea germinated during the long hours waiting for the animals:

The Wild Rover

The adventure started with my childhood friend, Alain, a passionate geek who immediately joined the project.

Build a machine capable of getting as close as possible to the animals, in order to capture images at the 10 mm super wide angle.

Everything will be remotely controlled with a video reception box and remote triggering of the camera.

The first field tests will take place at the beginning of 2023 and the big trip to Africa at the end of the year.

We will keep you informed of the progress of the results on our news blog.

Publication of my photos by the WWF

Tigre de Bardia

The tigers of Bardia Nepal are making the buzz on the net….

New publication discovered on the net, article of the WWF, illustrated by 2 of my photos of tigers.

How many souvenirs to remember this unforgettable moment of life…

I had the opportunity to observe the bengal tiger several times in its natural environment, in this marvelous national park. But, this day when 2 young tigers ran past my lens to catch up with their mother will forever be my best observation of this mythical feline.

Accueil page WWF
Tigre de Bardia
Article du WWF
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Memories of our trip to Kgalagadi

Souvenirs voyage Kgalagadi
Meerkat family looking on alert

In 2019, we were finally able to carry out our adventure in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, on the South African side. This international park, which includes Namibia, Botswana and South Africa is located in the far north west of South Africa over 1200 kilometers from our regular home base in Kruger National Park. We had been dreaming of this trip for a few years, and we were able to put it in place thanks to the camping trailer borrowed from a friend who can travel on off-road tracks. Distant of more than 250 kilometers from the first city, a very particular organization was necessary for this stay of 2 months and a half, in order to explore in depth all the different biotopes and hope to discover all the fauna of this arid land partly desert. .

Eight thousand photographic shots later, you will soon be able to discover the best of them on our website.

Tigers Bardia Nepal, good news

Tigre Bardia Nepal

Tigers Bardia Nepal

The growing tiger population in Nepal.

One of my photos of the tiger from Bardia, Nepal, was selected by the National Geographic to illustrate this encouraging article for the survival of tigers in the wild.

National Geographic article

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A full month of work on the lookout, an average of 8 hours a day.

A very satisfying result with more than 80 different species of birds observed and photographed and no less than 14 mammals. Still about 8000 photos to sort and more than 1000 rushes to edit.

Intense and unforgettable moments, and several sightings of giraffes drinking at the waterhole.

Find our photo gallery of giraffes

Photos girafes

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New season in Africa

Nouvelle saison en Afrique

Back in South Africa for a new photographic season.

This year, installation of electricity in the hide in order to be able to observe nocturnal animals. Then a month dedicated to the lookout then another month of safari in Kruger Park.

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The cat wall

The cat wall

Cats, lions, leopards, cheetahs in the spotlight at the workshop, for a presentation of large format prints to see at the workshop.

Specie Acinonyx jubatus family of Felidae
Leopard standing on a tree in Kruger National park, South Africa ; Specie Panthera pardus family of Felidae

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Tiger day

Tigre Bardia Nepal

Today July 29, for International Tiger Day, I present to you some photos of the feline taken when I was staying in Nepal in the early 2000s

Press article

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