Mes passions

La photo, l'Afrique et sa faune sauvage.

My passions: photography, Africa and its wildlife

Patricia Bexon

  • Wildlife photographer
  • Safari organizer
  • Africa photographer guide

Areas of activity : Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia

Patricia Bexon

  • Wildlife photographer
  • Safari organizer
  • Africa photographer guide

Areas of activity : Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia

Photography : an early passion.

My interest in photography was born very early, during childhood, because my father took photos constantly whenever he had the opportunity.

Watching him freeze the right moment like a painter made a big impression on me. He introduced me to the fascinating world of film photography.

In his little amateur lab, it was heaven. The red light, the containers of chemicals and the image which, as if by magic, gradually reveals itself. 

Africa: an unbreakable natural bond.

My very special bond with the African continent began in adolescence when my father was transferred to Algeria then in Ivory Coast. For several years, we traveled these two countries.

As well as the many surrounding African countries for our greatest happiness. It was around this time that I caught the travel bug. A lovely illness which then led me to visit a good part of the globe for 25 years.

It was a professional retraining in business tourism, via a internship of 6-months in Arusha, Tanzania,the starting point for the safaris,which finally allowed me to reconnect completely with Africa. It was about fifteen years ago.

Photography : an early passion.

My interest in photography was born very early, during childhood, because my father took photos constantly whenever he had the opportunity.

Watching him freeze the right moment like a painter made a big impression on me. He introduced me to the fascinating world of film photography.

In his little amateur lab, it was heaven. The red light, the containers of chemicals and the image which, as if by magic, gradually reveals itself. 

Africa: an unbreakable natural bond.

My very special bond with the African continent began in adolescence when my father was transferred to Algeria then in Ivory Coast. For several years, we traveled these two countries.

As well as the many surrounding African countries for our greatest happiness. It was around this time that I caught the travel bug. A lovely illness which then led me to visit a good part of the globe for 25 years.

It was a professional retraining in business tourism, via a internship of 6-months in Arusha, Tanzania,the starting point for the safaris,which finally allowed me to reconnect completely with Africa. It was about fifteen years ago.

“ The Earth is not bequeathed to us by our parents but lent to us by our children.”
Masai proverb
“ The Earth is not bequeathed to us by our parents but lent to us by our children.”
Masai proverb

Wildlife, a permanent wonder.

In addition to the raw magnificence of Africa and the unspeakable magic of its landscapes and its lights, it is its exceptional wildlife diversity that has always fascinated me the most.

This amazing Natural Noah's Ark is for me one of the most photogenic places in the world. 

Anyone lucky enough to observe this exceptional open-air zoo experiences feelings of joy, of freedom and humility that are hard to compare.

It was a meeting with a professional photographer guide who, one day, pushed me to concretely combine this appetite for photography and my passion for Africa. Since then, I have traveled extensively in Africa and particulary in Kenya, in

Zimbabwe, Botswana, South Africa, in Namibia and Tanzania .First as wild life photographer for various wildfife protection associations then as safari organizer and photographer guide. 

Going on an adventure, discovering other peoples and other very different cultures to transcribe all the singularity and beauty on "film", this is my ideal of life.

Wildlife, a permanent wonder.

In addition to the raw magnificence of Africa and the unspeakable magic of its landscapes and its lights, it is its exceptional wildlife diversity that has always fascinated me the most.

This amazing Natural Noah's Ark est pour moi l’un des lieux les plus phogéniques du monde !

Anyone lucky enough to observe this exceptional open-air zoo inevitably experiences feelings of joy, of freedom and ofhumility that are hard to compare.

It was a meeting with a professional photographer guide who, one day, pushed me to concretely combine this appetite for photography and my passion for Africa. I have since traveled in different countries such as Kenya in Zimbabwe in Botswana and 

Tanzania  , and Botswana and Tanzania .First as wild life photographer for various wildfife protection associations then as safari organizer and photographer guide. 

Going on an adventure, discovering other peoples and other very different cultures to transcribe all the beauty and all the singularity on "film", this is my ideal of life.

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Mes photos

My photos and safaris

Wildlife photos >

Wildlife photos

I present and offer some of my photos of wildlife in Africa on this site but also, recently, via photo exhibitions. The premiere took place in Paris in April 2022 and its success calls for others. To have access to all of my photographs and to know the prices, you just have to contact me via this site.

Safaris in Africa >

SAFARIS IN AFRICA

Thanks to my knowledge of the terrain and my network of professional guides, the safaris I organize are a little off the beaten track. All tailor-made with my clients, these safaris are therefore unique each time. They are aimed at nature and wildlife lovers looking for powerful, authentic and exclusive experiences.

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