In my favorite photographs, the habitat is just as important as the animal that lives in it - and often it's even more important.
This image of a vulture up a tree was shot at sunset in Kenya, on last year's Masai Mara Migration workshop. It's hard to say what is the main subject here - the vulture or the landscape. And that's exactly how I like it. The vulture is only a tiny element in the shot, but it's very important because it brings the landscape to life and it adds scale to the shot.
If you're interested in joining me on our next Masai Mara Migration workshop in Kenya, please have a look on my website for more information, pictures and tour impression video clips: