Let’s start with the best locations where a wildlife photographer can get the maximum inspiration. Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire, Wales: Another wildlife park which has slipped under the radar of the tourist is the Skomer Island. Known for its mesmerizing scenic beauty and fantastic array of wildlife this island welcomes a lot of tourist every year. This island is famous for Razorbills and Guillemots who lines up in the shoreline creating an outstanding view for the onlookers. One can also find larger seabirds such as Fulmars and Gannets fishing around the island while Shags and Cormorants drying their wings on the rocks. Other than that, one can also find numerous migratory birds in this region which makes it ideal for some of the best pictures.
Madagascar: Madagascar’s national parks are famed for their incredible biodiversity. There are over 33 species of lemur on the island, all of them sadly endangered, and while seeking them out you may also find colourful butterflies and a host of reptiles including toothy crocodiles. You’ll practice twilight and nocturnal shooting, and there will also be the opportunity to take portraits and streetscapes in cities such as Antsirabe.
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2019 – Liverpool Art Fair: “What’s Occurring?” completed in 2015 in acrylics measures 26″ by 14″, and was featured in the 2019 Liverpool Art Fair exhibition at the Metquarter for a total of three months. 2015 – National Exhibition of Wildlife Art: My painting, “A Road to Survival”, on display at the exhibition arena in South Wirral, Merseyside. Painted in acrylics and measuring 26″ by 14″, the final piece is mounted in a solid oak wood frame. Find more information at www.vlgstudios.com.