Seal of approval: The incredible wildlife of South Georgia
The island of South Georgia, 1551km east of the Falkland Islands, is home to six million penguins and countless seals and seabirds. Last month British photographer Paul Goldstein visited this British overseas territory and shot some truly spectacular images of what he calls a 'wildlife nirvana'.
In pictures: Paul Goldstein's cutest images from his Masai Mara safaris.
WILDLIFE photographer Paul Goldstein meets all creatures great and small on his regular trips as a safari guide to the Masai Mara.
Wildlife in the Masai Mara, photographed by Paul Goldstein
Earth Picture Galleries: Wimbledon-based Exodus travel guide Paul Goldstein takes regular trips as a safari guide to the Masai Mara.
He's got the hump!
Locals' surprise as 11ft 'hunch-back' alligator is spotted lurking in Brazilian swamp.
Snapping at the snapper!
Photographer narrowly escapes caiman's jaws as it is being rescued tail-first from swimming pool.
Eye don't believe it!
Photographer manages to catch the split-second moment he gets winked at by SIX animals.
Is that a downward facing dog?
No, it's a polar bear caught doing yoga poses that I photographed excercising in Spitsbergen.
Tourists witness glacier slab crack and plunge into sea
A hulking chunk of the Monaco Glacier in Spitsbergen, Norway, splits and crashes into the sea as 24 tourists watch from less than a third of a mile away.
The Week in Wildlife - In Pictures.
A family of cheetah taking a drink in the Masai Mara, Kenya
That's one way to feed the family!
Finding a meal big enough to feed a pack of hungry lions and their cubs is usually a difficult task.
But there were no empty stomachs among this pride in Kenya's Masai Mara after they managed to hunt down an adult male giraffe.
BBC's Africa Series
Four years in the making, vaults of license-payer's money, filmed from a place there isn't even a direct flight to (thanks Air Namibia for cancelling that route three years ago), this had better be good.