I am short on time today to write up this entry, but we saw and photographed landscapes at sunrise, worked on blurred panning shots and had rhinos sniff the edge of our Land Rover. All in a day’s work, I suppose. More writing tomorrow, as tonight we have a dinner outdoors in the boma and I need to get some things setup beforehand. I love eating in the boma, especially in the winter, as fires are lite primarily for warmth and not ambience. The warmth of the fire draws everybody in close and conversations are much more intimate and personal. I do suspect the staff will come out and entertain everybody with song and dance, which everybody loves and appreciates.
iPhone at who-know-what-settings
All Geared Up
Nikon D4, 16-35mm f/4, 1/1600 @ f/4, ISO 1600
Nikon D4, 70-200mm, 1/13 @ f/16, ISO 50
Nikon D800, 300mm f/2.8 VRII, 1/800 @ f/7.1, ISO 500, hand-held
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