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Unique and exclusive African Wildlife Photos by Cheryl Grace to display as Wall Art in your home, office, business, hotel, or Safari Lodge at reasonable prices. You can choose your favorites photos that are available in a variety of sizes, finishes, and frames, adding a pop of personality to any room. Turning your favorite wildlife photo into fun, functional, and fantastic gifts is easy with Keepsake boxes, ceramic tiles, and photo panels, to coasters, mugs and puzzles. You don't have to carry a camera on your Safari experience, as you can find your favorite African Wildlife animal on Cheryl's website to print or display.
Premium quality African Wildlife photography images by Cheryl Grace at affordable prices that connect with your audience. You won't find these images elsewhere, with worry free licensing for use in marketing, editorial, advertising, personal projects, commercial and for-profit projects, entertainment industry, artistic endeavors, blogs and websites. The wide variety of uses and instant turnaround time is a great choice for independent graphic designers and businesses who want to enhance the effectiveness and impact of different content to their audiences. As the saying goes, "A picture's worth a thousand words."
About Cheryl Grace Photography
Cheryl Grace is a wildlife photographer who visits Africa annually to photograph wildlife while on Safari Game Drives.
Cheryl captures landscapes, people, and wildlife in their natural habitat in both color and black and white, primarily using natural and ambient light.
In addition, her passion for extreme close-ups and macro photography embodies the motion and emotion of her subjects in a finished photograph with a cinematic feel.
These are a sample of her photography library. To purchase prints, visit Cheryl Grace Photography
Cheryl is a frequent repeat guest that initially crafted her trips to Londolozi as a part of a six-day photographically orientated trip led by Londolozi alumni ranger Ryan Hilton. It is clear that this stimulated a love for African wildlife and is key in her returning at least once a year. READ MORE
In 2010, South Africa Calls was a mantra streaming steadily into my consciousness, driving an inner yearning for me to pay a call to nature’s gift to humanity. My innate love for wildlife and the enchanting African Bush combined with Londolozi’s safe haven where all nature is in rhythm and in harmony was an ideal match for me. READ MORE