Nature Photographer

Uwe Michael Neumann

Nature Photographer

This website is all about my photographic journey of little-known places, people and animals, throughout Africa.
If you are interested in nature and travelling, this site is for you. Feel free to browse, click on the portfolio and enjoy the photos.
If you would like to purchase a photo please contact me.



Exhibition

Please have a look at this online exhibition with eleven of my works as well:

ONLINE ART EXHIBITION ART CLIMATE CHANGE - Novum Investments

Portfolio



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Table Mountain South View

Table Mountain, Cape Town, RSA

Camps Bay Beach, view from Table Mountain

Camps Bay Beach, Cape Town, RSA

In the Ghetto

Bastos, Yaounde

Chapman’s Peak Drive

- Chapman's Peak Drive was hacked out of the face of the mountain between 1915 and 1922, and at the time was regarded as a major feat of engineering. In 1991, the road was featured in an advertisement for Mercedes Benz, in which a 1988 car crash was recreated, to illustrate the safety of Mercedes Benz cars. The road was closed in the 1990s, after a rockfall caused a death and a subsequent lawsuit, and subsequently reopened after being re-engineered to protect motorists from falling rocks. It was reopened in 2005 as a toll road. The road was again closed for a number of months beginning on 19 June 2008 "as a result of risk areas identified on the mountain above the road". Wikipedia

Dusty Red Road

Cameroon

Agama Agama on a Rock

Cameroon - Its size varies from 13 to 30 cm (5.1 to 11.8 in) in total length.[5] Males are typically 7.5–12.5 cm (3–5 inches) longer than the average female. The agama lizard can be identified by having a white underside, brown back limbs and a tail with a light stripe down the middle. The stripe on the tail typically possesses about six to seven dark patches along its side. Females, adolescents and subordinate males have an olive green head, while a dominant male have a blue body and yellow/orange tail (Wikipedia).

Flooding in Douala

Douala, Cameroon - These are the outskirts of the harbour city of Douala which are subject to floodings

Central African Bus

Bangui, Central African Republic

Sunbird Spreading its Wings

- Northern double-collared sunbird

Three Drongos Building their Nests

Cameroon - Square-tailed Drongo

The Eye of the Drongo

Cameroon, Africa - Square-tailed Drongo

Drongo Watching You

Cameroon - Square-tailed Drongo

Drongo in a Wreath

Cameroon, Africa - Square-tailed Drongo

Sunbird on a plant

Cameroon - Northern Double-collared Sunbird (nominate) German: Preuss-Nektarvogel

Angry Penguin

Boulders, South Africa

Penguin frontal face

Boulders, South Africa

Penguin in the sun

Boulders, South Africa

Penguins’ Valentine

Boulder, South Africa

Douala at night

Douala, Cameroon

Malabo Stadium

Malabo

View on Pico Basilé

Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea

Notre-Dame d’Afrique

Algiers, Algeria - Basilique

Baobab

Cameroon

Ostriche Rectangle

Pilanesberg, South Africa

Ceremonial Elephant Mask of the Bamileke

Bamilike, Cameroon - Ceremonial Mask with Murano glass perls

Jungle river

Central Africa

Nde women

- Women at a meeting of the Nde community in their traditional attire in Yaoundé, Cameroun

Daouda

Yaoundé, Cameroon

Tikar Bamoun coronation mask

Bamoun, Cameroon. - Wooden mask from the Tikar Bamoun in Cameroon. It was used as a ceremonial mask for the coronation of the king. It is from around 1880.

Drill having a snack

Mefou Primate Park , Cameroon - Mandrillus leucophaeus

Lion Face

South Africa

Lion V

Lion IV

Lion III

Southafrica

Lion II

South Africa

Female 15th Birthday Mask

Tounu, Gabon

Coming Home

Kribi, Cameroon

Bioko Beach

Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea

Lesser Striped Swallow in Flight

Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea - Lesser Striped Swallow

African Hibiscus

Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea - African Hibiscus

Three Women in the Shadow

Yaounde, Cameroon

Friends in the Street

Yaounde, Cameroon

My photographic journey through Africa

When I arrived in Central Africa, colourful birds surrounded my house. I just needed to look out the window and point my camera.

My work brought me to Cameroon and other countries in Central Africa, like Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Chad, both Congos and the Central African Republic. I also visited Mauritania and the Republic of South Africa many times; absolutely fascinating.

During my travels I witnessed different landscapes, species, people and lifestyles.

Travelling in Africa is very different from travelling in Europe. It’s more dangerous, and takes more time so requires greater patience. Leading to more opportunities to take photos!

Most of my photos were taken spontaneously, often during travel or simply from my house. Some were taken in national parks and nature reserves.

I hope you will enjoy my photos as much as I have enjoyed taking them.

Contact Me

Uwe Michael Neumann
Berlin - Yaounde

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