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
Paul Goldstein is driven in everything he does, whether photographing, guiding, presenting or fund-raising. His jobs consist of cramming in a full-time career with a tour operator (Exodus), owning four safari camps in Kenya, guiding all over the world, presenting wildlife
An award-winning wildlife photographer, Paul guides specialist tours all over the world for travel company Exodus and at the Kicheche camps, which he co-owns, in Kenya's Masai Mara conservancies. The demand for his peculiar hard knocks school of photography is
Renowned wildlife photographer, presenter and guide Paul Goldstein on cliff-climbing polar bears, charging rhinos and how we can all get better wildlife shots.
One June morning I found myself in the back of a mud-splattered four-by-four, the savannah sun beating down upon my head, a torrent of profanities drumming my ears, and a full-grown cheetah eyeing me down the barrel of my Canon
The island of South Georgia, 1551km east of the Falkland Islands, is home to six million penguins and countless seals and seabirds. Last month British photographer Paul Goldstein visited this British overseas territory and shot some truly spectacular images of