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Meet Dharmesh Daya: The Philosophical Field Guide

Dharmesh Daya is a man with an eye for detail. Whether capturing late afternoon sunlight on his camera or giving guests a close-up view of an ancient piece of rock art, he has a remarkable ability to focus on the small things that give life all of its colour and texture. A game drive or...

Q&A with Ross Couper, Singita’s Resident Wildlife Photographer

Singita Field Guide, Ross Couper, is one of the most well-known and -respected wildlife photographers in Africa. He is the man behind the lens of many of the images that you see on this blog and his stunning black-and-white prints adorn the walls of our head office in Cape Town. Ross’ lifelong passion for the...

Recent Facebook Highlights

Singita’s Facebook community has always been an active space where guests and fans share their thoughts and memories alongside beautiful snapshots by our rangers in the bush. In particular, there have been a number of stunning wildlife photos posted by field guide Ross Couper from Singita Sabi Sand recently that have been shared far and wide. Here is a brief selection:

Wonderful Wildlife Videos with James Suter

If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you will no doubt have seen field guide James Suter’s incredible series of reports from our twelve lodges and camps in Africa. His stories from the bush were accompanied by spectacular photographs and expert descriptions of the animals and landscapes that he saw.

Lion Line-Up

This photo of the Mhangeni pride walking in what appears to be military formation through Singita Sabi Sand, was taken last week by Field Guide Ross Couper. Of the unusual and entertaining sighting, he says: “As the honey coloured morning light filtered through the mist on the horizon, we knew we were in for a very good morning.” Ross’ stunning photo was even featured in the Cape Times a few days later, aptly captioned “Dawn Patrol”.

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