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  • #tbt to the incredible time I spent with this legend in the African bush, #lucky
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When we as wildlife photographers capture beautiful images that showcase our Planet’s incredible wild spaces and the unique creatures that call it home, we are usually lauded with praise and accolades. However, in all honestly, capturing these images would not even be possible without the hard work and humbling skills of the trackers that accompany us on our quest for the shot. These men and woman who have grown up in the bush, have an intimate connection and knowledge of the Natural world that would humble any university professor or “wildlife expert”. There would no photographs and no documentaries without these unsung heroes. With that said, I would like to introduce you to Lucky, an incredible man with a knowledge and connection to the bush that was in itself as beautiful as the animals we were tracking. A man I am fortunate to call my tracker and honored to call a friend.
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#wildlifephotography #africa #throwbackthursday #neverstopexploring #adventureseeker #southafrica #tbt to the incredible time I spent with this legend in the African bush, #lucky • When we as wildlife photographers capture beautiful images that showcase our Planet’s incredible wild spaces and the unique creatures that call it home, we are usually lauded with praise and accolades. However, in all honestly, capturing these images would not even be possible without the hard work and humbling skills of the trackers that accompany us on our quest for the shot. These men and woman who have grown up in the bush, have an intimate connection and knowledge of the Natural world that would humble any university professor or “wildlife expert”. There would no photographs and no documentaries without these unsung heroes. With that said, I would like to introduce you to Lucky, an incredible man with a knowledge and connection to the bush that was in itself as beautiful as the animals we were tracking. A man I am fortunate to call my tracker and honored to call a friend. • #wildlifephotography #africa #throwbackthursday #neverstopexploring #adventureseeker #southafrica
  • #tbt to the incredible time I spent with this legend in the African bush, #lucky • When we as wildlife photographers capture beautiful images that showcase our Planet’s incredible wild spaces and the unique creatures that call it home, we are usually lauded with praise and accolades. However, in all honestly, capturing these images would not even be possible without the hard work and humbling skills of the trackers that accompany us on our quest for the shot. These men and woman who have grown up in the bush, have an intimate connection and knowledge of the Natural world that would humble any university professor or “wildlife expert”. There would no photographs and no documentaries without these unsung heroes. With that said, I would like to introduce you to Lucky, an incredible man with a knowledge and connection to the bush that was in itself as beautiful as the animals we were tracking. A man I am fortunate to call my tracker and honored to call a friend. • #wildlifephotography #africa #throwbackthursday #neverstopexploring #adventureseeker #southafrica
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  • Photo by @DaisyGilardini // Global tiger populations have decreased an alarming 96 per cent in the last century due to habitat loss and poaching. Last year, we saw wild tiger populations increase for the first time in a century. This is encouraging news. But we still have a long way to go to meet our goal to protect this amazing creatures! 
This tiger cub , as many domestic cat do, is eating some vegetation in order to help digestion. 
Follow me @DaisyGilardini for more images and stories behind the scenes.  #tiger #india #wildlifephotography #BandhavgarhNationalPark Photo by @daisygilardini // Global tiger populations have decreased an alarming 96 per cent in the last century due to habitat loss and poaching. Last year, we saw wild tiger populations increase for the first time in a century. This is encouraging news. But we still have a long way to go to meet our goal to protect this amazing creatures! This tiger cub , as many domestic cat do, is eating some vegetation in order to help digestion. Follow me @daisygilardini for more images and stories behind the scenes. #tiger #india #wildlifephotography #bandhavgarhnationalpark
  • Photo by @daisygilardini // Global tiger populations have decreased an alarming 96 per cent in the last century due to habitat loss and poaching. Last year, we saw wild tiger populations increase for the first time in a century. This is encouraging news. But we still have a long way to go to meet our goal to protect this amazing creatures! This tiger cub , as many domestic cat do, is eating some vegetation in order to help digestion. Follow me @daisygilardini for more images and stories behind the scenes. #tiger #india #wildlifephotography #bandhavgarhnationalpark
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