In 2020, Exodus Travels’ expert guide, award-winning wildlife photographer and conservationist, Paul Goldstein aims to raise £100,000 for the protection and conservation of the endangered Bengal tigers, supported by the Exodus Travels Foundation.
British wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein described the sight as ‘distressing’. He added that the animal was probably attracted by the scent of the bottle, which would have floated downstream during the wet season.
PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: London-based photographer Paul Goldstein witnessed the incredible - and rare - watery big cat conflict in India
So vast it’s almost overwhelming, uninterrupted sea ice stretches ahead of us, a blank canvas begging for a story to take shape. Blinded by space, scale and nothingness, I struggle to settle my gaze. But in an environment which superficially
This evening will be a poignant but also hilarious look back at the suit’s genealogy, what Bengal tigers are currently facing and Paul’s personal pictorial story of 21 years with tigers.
Scanning a barcode of regimented bamboo stems, I wonder if anything in this forest has a pulse. It's a quiet day and nothing is stirring. A zigzag of movement momentarily sets my heart racing, but it's no more than optical