An adventurous British photographer had “an amazing, incredible experience” of Sri Lanka during a trip-of-a lifetime photographing our wildlife.

The Bolton News in the north of England reports that Brian White spent six weeks trekking through the island’s rainforests to snap birds, leopards, snakes and elephants.

He will now be showcasing his work in an exhibition in his home town, where he has been a member of Bolton Camera Club for 12 years while travelling the world photographing exotic creatures.

He says of his Sri Lanka experience: “I travelled around mainly by tuc-tuc, which is an experience in itself, and visited the national parks, including Kumana, Wilppata, Yala and the Sinaraja rainforest.

“I wanted to do something totally different … The bird life was incredible. I saw species that you would see never see anywhere else.” Adding that “I love exploration”, he says: “It is just brilliant to be able to capture, people, wildlife and the planet. It is what I love to do.”

Read the full report here.


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