Best-Selling Author Paula McLain: Awestruck in Kenya
by Paula McLain
I have a blue notebook that’s been halfway around the world with me—from Cleveland to Kenya, and back again. Deep within the creases of the spine there are fine granules of cinnamon-colored dust: a tiny portion of Africa, altogether priceless. Many of the journal entries are spidery and difficult to decipher, because the Land Cruiser was swaying back and forth on rutted roads as I tried to write, or because I was writing so fast to transcribe an image or thought while it still flickered and smoked before me that my hand couldn’t keep up. My mind couldn’t keep up either. There were moments, I confess, when I could scarcely breathe for the wonder.
Micato Safaris Photo Contest Winners, Spring 2016
by Micato Staff
Ballooning Over Jaipur’s Countryside
by Tom Cole
Cultural Cape Town: 7 things that make the South African city-on-the-sea sparkle
by Melissa Hordych
In Search of the Luminous Beast
by Tom Cole
A short photo essay about a heart-spinning Micato safari in India’s Ranthambore National Park, on a peaceful quest to see “the most elegant and irreproachable creature ever” as I called Panthera tigris tigris—the Royal Bengal tiger—in my blog post about the new Jungle Book movie (and a bunch of other Indian and cosmic things).