If you go down to the woods today, you're sure of a big ssssssurprise...
Yala National Park is famous for having one of the densest populations of Leopards anywhere in the world. Every year, thousands of photographers flock from all over the globe just to capture close-up shots of the iconic cats. Which is great! It means you can spend time searching for the other species in relative peace.
One of my favourite encounters from the entire trip was with this Indian Rock Python. It teased me with flashes of its beautiful skin as it passed silently through the undergrowth, resulting in this image which captured my experience perfectly. It's just so... mesmerising.
Location: Yala National Park, Sri Lanka
Species: Indian Rock Python
(Please note: new orders will be shipped the week of May 7th. I'm currently in the Jungle again!)