Chameleons of Madagascar

By May 24, 2018 Travel

Madagascar is one of those countries that screams “adventure” and “nature”. It’s the fourth largest island in the world, and therefore has a lot to offer. Surprisingly¬†you won’t find any monkeys, giraffes or elephants in this part of Africa. It’s all about the smaller creatures, the unknown and fascinating ones you’ll often see on David Attenborough¬†TV documentaries. Hence it’s easy to feel like you’re on another planet. Over half of the world’s chameleons are found in Madagascar. Here’s just a few I shot…


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Steven Sheehy is an Irish photographer, filmmaker, designer and travel blogger. His portfolio ranges from worldwide photography shoots, high profile TV shows to aerial photographs across the country.

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