Taken in Manyeleti Game Reserve - a young leopard sleeps in a Marula tree after feasting on an impala.
Life in the bush isn’t always fair, but it is always beautiful. This is one of the last photos taken of Cyrus, a fierce and beautiful cat, who lost his life to a pack of hyenas. Because even the mighty must fall.
Location: Kruger National Park
A lioness makes eye contact while protecting her latest catch: an adult giraffe.
On 13 January 2017 I posted my photo of this lioness on IG and it wasn’t long before the Botswana locals informed me in the comments that her name is Silver Eye, the daughter of Mma Leitho (meaning Lady Eye) who had an eye missing completely. This is the one animal I look back at and my jaw drops every single time.
Taken in the Kruger National Park while filming “Protecting Giants“ for Swedish non-profit organisation Wildhood Foundation.
Taken on a sunset golf cart ride at Kingly Bush Villa, bordering the Kruger National Park.
Taken while filming “Protecting Giants” in Hoedspruit, South Africa. Anti-poaching unit and K9 units in training.
I can sit and be entertained by baboons for hours. This one decided to put up a pose of note.
Tsira, a leopard I’ve encountered countless times during my visits to Kingly Bush Villa.
It’s not every day you meet a girl who can keep eye contact while devouring a giraffe.
Taken in Kiruna, Sweden. A shy deer makes eye contact for a second and lets me get the photograph.
The lush green bush of Botswana balanced with black and white stripes.
Two best friends. True warriors in every sense of the word. Together they fight the war against poaching every day.
Always a camera in hand. Taken in Mauritius with GoPro Hero 7 Black.
What you can’t see in this photo is the Impala carcass in the top of the tree and the Hyena waiting on the ground. This female Leopard couldn’t care less about how she’s getting out of this situation.
Pangolin. The most illegally trafficked animal in the world.