The African Fish Eagle is a species placed in the genus Haliaeetus (sea eagles) which gets both its common and scientific names from the distinctive appearance of the adult's head. This species is still quite common near freshwater lakes, reservoirs, and rivers, although they can sometimes be found near the coast at the mouths of rivers or lagoons. As their name implies, African Fish Eagles are indigenous to sub-Saharan Africa, ranging over most of continental Africa south of the Sahara Desert. (Wikipedia)
We are a German born couple who happily shares their passions together since many years: photography and travel. Since retirement we travel most of the year and now are able to concentrate fully on photography as a second profession. We spend summer times up in the Polar Regions and winter times in the tropics of Central America or in southern Europe. We love the experience of getting to know different cultures, exploring the diverse landscapes of our wonderful planet. Our greatest inspiration comes from mother nature. We always try to find all the little things which are mostly overseen, to capture the essence of it with the lenses of our cameras - often as minimalistic as possible - which is Heiko’s favorite art. In our...
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