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Scott Ramsay
I'm a photographer and writer, exploring and documenting the wild places of Africa. For more go to
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Scott Ramsay 29 Sep 17
From my coffee-table book South Africa's Wildest Places, available to order online:
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Scott Ramsay 27 Sep 17
"I am happiest in wild places like these, where everything I need, I already have."
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Scott Ramsay 24 Sep 17
South Africa's national parks and wildlife sanctuaries are home to our future generations' most important heritage
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Scott Ramsay 22 Sep 17
Find out how you can get involved in conservation in the smallest way, on World Rhino Day#ScottRamsay
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Scott Ramsay 20 Sep 17
"No one can ever return from [Africa] unchanged, for tawny lions will prowl our memory and great herds throng our imagination." G. Schaller
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Scott Ramsay 17 Sep 17
Cape Agulhas might just be the windiest place in South Africa. Have you been all the way down to the tip?
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Scott Ramsay 14 Sep 17
Are you able to name all four birds from left to right? More from my coffee-table book
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Scott Ramsay 11 Sep 17
That Monday feeling. You can always indulge in some armchair travel here:
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Scott Ramsay 8 Sep 17
The smoking Breede River on the western edge of Bontebok NP. From page 61 of my coffee-table book
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Scott Ramsay 7 Sep 17
Wishing all my followers a great start to the month of September and the start of spring!
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Scott Ramsay 31 Jul 17
What's your version of paradise? The Tsitsikamma coastline is near the top of my list.
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Scott Ramsay 29 Jul 17
"There they were, like a cohort of submarines." From the chapter on De Hoop NR in my coffee-table book.
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Scott Ramsay 25 Jul 17
"The 25m high Maltese Cross [...] near the base of Sneeuberg." An excerpt from my coffee-table book
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Scott Ramsay 25 Jul 17
"The 25m high Maltese Cross [...] near the base of Sneeuberg." An excerpt from my coffee-table book
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Scott Ramsay 21 Jul 17
More photographs from my travels can be seen in my coffee-table book
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Scott Ramsay 20 Jul 17
Thirsty Thursday in Kruger National Park. Page 222 from my coffee-table book
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Scott Ramsay 19 Jul 17
A pod of hippopotamus in Lake St. Lucia. These large herbivores are critical for natural dredging of waterways and estuaries
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Scott Ramsay 18 Jul 17
The landscape at Tembe NP is unlike anything else in South Africa. My book is available to order online
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Scott Ramsay 16 Jul 17
When the rest of the bush turns brown in Kruger, impala lilies come to life, sprinkling the veld with crimson decorations.
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Scott Ramsay 14 Jul 17
"This book is incomparable to any [..] book we've had before. Beautifully written and an incredible number of amazing photos ~ M. Charton
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