Nick Dale Photography

Nick Dale Photography
Everything you always wanted to know about wildlife photography!
Created 05 Sep 2021
  • Klein's Camp
    09 Jan 2022 • 8 min read
    The calm before the storm… If I told you I had to ask a guy with a spear to walk me home every night for the last month, you’d probably ask where on Earth I was staying. The answer is Klein’s Camp in ...
  • Klein's Camp: Part 2
    08 Jan 2022 • 8 min read
    The most exciting thing you’ll ever see with a camera in your hand… “There’s a lion fighting with a buffalo!” cried our driver, holding his binoculars and looking round in my direction. “Okay, let’s g...
  • Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp
    07 Jan 2022 • 8 min read
    My time at Grumeti started off with a few frustrations and disappointments, but it all came right in the end…! The main problem was that the Great Migration was late, so there were very few animals ar...
  • Wildlife Sightings
    06 Jan 2022 • 2 min read
    The only question that really matters when you’re on safari is “Will we see X?” Now, ‘X’ may be a lion, a cheetah, a kill or a wildebeest crossing, but the frustrating bit is that you never get a stra...
  • Lions Of The Serengeti And Masai Mara
    05 Jan 2022 • 2 min read
    One of the male lions at Klein’s Camp Klein’s Camp The main pride at Klein’s Camp is the the Kuka or Black Rock pride (depending on who you talk to), which contains five male and seven female lions. T...
  • 2021: The Great Escapes
    04 Jan 2022 • 5 min read
    Fly Bee Given the Covid pandemic, the year 2021 might’ve been a disaster. As it was, I sold six packs of greeting cards, six framed prints and over 4,500 downloads through stock agencies and gave a co...
  • Cottar's 1920s Safari Camp
    03 Jan 2022 • 12 min read
    “Is this close enough…?” Cold, grey and wet. The weather at Cottar’s when I arrived on 28 May wasn’t great, and it didn’t get much better until a few days before I left on 30 June. There were regular ...
  • Antarctica
    02 Jan 2022 • 29 min read
    Getting the Hump It might’ve gone wrong in so many ways. I might’ve failed one of my 12 (!) Covid tests, too many other people might’ve caught Covid, I might’ve had the wrong documents, the ship might...
  • Facts And Figures From My Africa Trip
    31 Dec 2021 • 12 min read
    Map of the places where I stayed, including Tarime and Migori airstrips My trip to Africa came about when I happened to read an online article about a guy who’d managed to wangle himself 365 nights of...
  • Fun Facts On Safari
    30 Dec 2021 • 5 min read
    Baboon Olive baboons can be very naughty. At Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp, the sherry used to disappear out of the bottles in the tents on a regular basis, and the management suspected the room stewards...
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