Monday, July 21, 2014

African Sunsets


Wildlife photographer, Paul Goldstein has spent years trying to photograph the perfect beginning and ending of the Masai Mara day, guiding photographic safaris and expeditions for Exodus whilst being co-owner of the number one rated Kicheche Camps in Kenya.
Goldstein explains that: 'The Masai Mara is well-known for having the best photographic light in the world, but these well-managed conservancies also have the best spots for sunrise and sunset and without crowds of people'

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African Fire: Paul Goldstein's  Masai Mara Sunrises and Sunsets
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African Fire: Paul  Goldstein's Masai Mara Sunrises and Sunsets
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African Fire: Paul  Goldstein's Masai Mara Sunrises and Sunsets
African Fire: Paul Goldstein's  Masai Mara Sunrises and Sunsets
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