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
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