Andrew Sproule Photography (ASP) is a home for telling stories. A place where experiences and exploits are shared and valuable insight in to the worlds of Wildlife, Travel and Cultural photography is provided.

Conveying thought-provoking, inspirational stories through imagery has always been the aspiration and continues to be fundamental to ASP's approach, whether it's Snow Monkeys in Japan, Brown Bears in Finland or Glaciers in Iceland.

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Startling and Unexpected Contrasts


At just under 5,000 square kilometres, Moremi is a surprisingly diverse reserve for its size. Made up of acacia forests and mopane woodland, lagoons and floodplains, it’s located on the eastern edge of the Okavango Delta. In fact, over 70% of the reserve is within the confines of the Delta. Its name is derived from Chief Moremi, of the BaTawana Tribe, and because the area has been classified as a reserve and not a national park, the tribe as well as local bushman, are allowed to stay.   



Roaming the Finnish/Russian Border


On the Finnish / Russian border lies an impressive area of taiga forest where one of Europe’s most impressive and threatened predators, the European Brown Bear, calls home. During the summer months, these forests experience close to 24 hours of daylight with the sun only dipping below the horizon for 4-5 hours. 



Highly Intelligent & Adaptable


Like all primates, the Japanese Macaques of the snow-covered mountains of the Jigokudani region of Japan are highly intelligent and adaptable. During the last century these macaques, affectionately known as Snow Monkeys, found that immersing themselves in the local hot springs, was not only an enjoyable and social experience, it was also an activity that helped them to survive the extremely harsh environment. Visiting the hot springs of "Hell Valley" is now a daily ritual for the 160+ strong troop.



A Fusion of "Must-See" Attractions


The entire island is a fusion of “must-see” attractions, however the Southern Regions boast some of the most beautiful on Iceland. Besides historic sites, the area possesses glaciers, volcanoes, hot springs, waterfalls and more.


A Melting Pot of Mazelike Alleyways



Dating back to the Berber Empire, Marrakech (also spelt Marrakesh), is a major economic centre in western Morocco. Its walled medieval Medina is a densely packed melting pot of mazelike alleyways encompassing souks selling a variety of traditional wears such as textiles, jewellery and pottery. The extraordinary 12th-century Koutoubia Mosque is a Moorish minaret that stands guard over the city and is a symbol of Marrakesh that can been seen from miles away.