Here we are in the tent camp in the Sarigua desert during one of our personal photo projects. In the last century the rainforest was cut down for pasture, and the soil eroded down several meters. The Sarigua desert is now a national park. On one hand it is an environmental disaster, on the other hand it is photographically interesting.
One way to come close to wildlife is from inside a blind. Zizza is inside our doghouse popup camouflage tent near a pond in the Herrera province, Panama. We spent two days here, on a personal project, photographing birds and also landscapes in the lush Panama nature.
Dinner time! From one of the lodges we use on our photo tours in the rainforests of Panama. After a long day with a lot of photo work and beautiful sightings, it is always nice to relax in a comfortable hammock and enjoy a nice meal surrounded by lush nature! Book your photo adventure in 2018 and experience the Panama nature!
Zizza Gordon at work with the macro lens in the rainforest on one of our photo tours in Panama. To join one of our photo tours in Panama, read more about our tours in the meny!
Photo Tours in Panama 2018 and beyond.
Starting the day with this view is magic. Combined with endless photo opportunities on a photo tour with maximum 4 persons is even better. Se our tour program for 2018 at www.panamaphotoexplorations.com Some tours have fixed dates, but we also do other tour dates on request. The first tour is from February 22. to March 4, 2018. Sign up by sending an e-mail to email@example.com ©Øyvind Martinsen
Join our two Photo Tours in Panama in August 2018.
Boat and Jungle Photo Tour, August 1-5, 2018.
Coiba and Cerro Hoya National Parks, August 6-13, 2018.
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American Crocodile, Crocdylus acutus, under water in a river, Panama. This is one of the reptiles you can photograph on our photo tours in Panama. New tour dates for 2018 will be published soon. © Øyvind Martinsen
River Otter, sci.name; Lontra longicaudis, Panama. This is one of the animals you can photograph on our photo tours in Panama. However, there is no guarantee that you will see them. They move fast and are often hard to find. That is how I like it. You have to work hard to be able to get what you want, and the hunt itself is as important as the photograph.This is not a zoo. © Øyvind Martinsen
Another of my Panama photographs is sold to National Geographic.
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Two of my Sloth photographs are in this book written by Janet Piehl. The title is “Let’s look at Sloths”. I took the sloth photographs here in Panama. Among several other photographers are Frans Lanting, Kevin Schaefer, Peter Arnold, and Steve Bloom.
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