About Morgan Trimble

Morgan Trimble is a photographer, writer and ecologist with a keen interest in conservation, travel and the outdoors.

Three reasons a photographic workshop beats a solo safari

The hidden benefits of a photographic workshop

Besides our much-loved photographic workshops guided by David Rogers, Photos & Africa books safari holidays for our clients all over Africa. Of course, you can visit many of our favourite photographic destinations on your own, at a time most convenient for you, and we’re happy to help organize […]

By |July 25th, 2017|Photo Tips, Photographic workshops|0 Comments

What’s to love about Pafuri?

Pafuri—it’s a legendary destination, and I’ve always wanted to visit. It’s also pretty far off the beaten path and not the sort of place you pass by incidentally. The stars aligned in December, and I finally got a chance to visit Return Africa’s Pafuri Camp. This property was once run by Wilderness Safaris, but […]

By |February 27th, 2017|Photo Travel|0 Comments

Highlights of a Namibian road trip

Recently I had the amazing good luck to spend five weeks traveling through Namibia–a dream photographer’s destination. The aim of the trip was to kick off the new photographic hide at Onguma Safari Camps as photographer-in-residence at the private reserve on Etosha National Park’s eastern border. My time in the Onkolo Hide was nothing short […]

By |December 14th, 2016|Photo Travel|3 Comments

Photographer-in-Residence at Onguma

I’m midway through my month as Photos & Africa photographer-in-residence at Onguma Safari Camps—a group of five lodges and two fantastic camp sites on a private reserve on the eastern border of Namibia’s Etosha National Park. October happens to be peak season here, both for visitors and for wildlife viewing. It’s late in the […]

By |October 3rd, 2016|Photographic workshops|1 Comment
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