LAND OF THIRST
Northern Botswana is Neil's favourite place to work. His photographs from his time here tell of the intricate relationship between wildlife and the water that floods into the Okavango Delta and feeds the Kalahari every year, dictating animal movements and behaviour. His quest to document this vast wilderness has taken him from the heart of the delta to the tiny seasonal channels at its edges, and even into the crystal clear waters themselves.
This work has appeared in features around the world through magazines such BBC Wildlife, BBC Knowledge and Wild Travel. Many of the photographs in this set feature in Neil's second book Face to Face with wild Africa and are available commercially in Neil's collection at Nature Picture Library.