Harvey Grohmann

Harvey Grohmann

Lives in South Africa Gauteng, South Africa
Works as a Photographer
Has a website at http://photocommission.com
Joined on Feb 8, 2011

Harvey Grohmann's recent activity

  • Submitted a challenge entry Sushi Surprised
    Pied Kingfisher with surprised catch of baby carp.
    Placed 17th in the challenge. Pied Kingfisher with surprised catch of baby carp.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Eat your greens
    Spotted or Dusky Flycatcher and Worm.
    Placed 37th in the challenge. Spotted or Dusky Flycatcher and Worm.
  • Commented on Birds in the Nest challenge

    What is a greater threat to wildlife is the ever expanding population of humans on this Earth encroaching and destroying wildlife habitat, not a few ethical and concerned photographers capturing...

  • Commented on Birds in the Nest challenge

    If you are addressing me then do so. If you are blanket generalising then I suggest you reconsider. I stated quite clearly how I photograph birds and nestling’s and I suggest you re-read that...

  • Commented on Birds in the Nest challenge

    Speaking from 30+ years of wildlife photography I've photographed & documented wild (wilderness) & acclimatised birds (living in close proximity to humans) on their nests & have NEVER recorded...

  • That's one overweight Cheetah. I doubt it's in the true wild but rather a zoo or caged animal.

  • Submitted a challenge entry Proud Dad!
    A male Paradise Flycatcher looks proudly over his offspring.
    Placed 14th in the challenge. A male Paradise Flycatcher looks proudly over his offspring.
  • Submitted a challenge entry Bon Appétit
    High up in a lead-wood tree a 2 year old leopard feasts on the remains of an Impala caught by his mother an hour earlier (08h44). The visible bone is the Impala's lower jawbone but upside down. Leopards hunt in the cool hours of the day so 04h00 starts every day for 21 days were necessary if one is to get any chance of witnessing the hunt or the feeding session later.
This is one of my best ever Leopard sightings after 30 years in the bush. They are completely wild, elusive and thus rare to see in the bush. However (tented) game lodges in the area co-operate with one another via 2 way radios to assist their and neighbours guests in getting sightings.
Taken in the last vestiges of true African wilderness near Machaba Camp, a 3000km drive and two Bush Aircraft hops from my home in Johannesburg.
    Placed 11th in the challenge. High up in a lead-wood tree a 2 year old leopard feasts on the remains of an Impala caught by his mother an hour earlier (08h44). The visible bone is the Impala's lower jawbone but upside down. Leopards hunt in the cool hours of the day so 04h00 starts every day for 21 days were necessary if one is to get any chance of witnessing the hunt or the feeding session later. This is one of my best ever Leopard sightings after 30 years in the bush. They are completely wild, elusive and thus rare to see in the bush. However (tented) game lodges in the area co-operate with one another via 2 way radios to assist their and neighbours guests in getting sightings. Taken in the last vestiges of true African wilderness near Machaba Camp, a 3000km drive and two Bush Aircraft hops from my home in Johannesburg.
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