March 2nd Through the hazy light I see two eyes glowing. I turn to Eric and say, "I saw a cub back there, in the grass." The day before, at virtually the same location, I had seen the same glow but it was so dark I didn't know what it was. Further down the road... Continue Reading →
Upper Masai Mara – Part 8 Day 2
March 1st Morning We start the day with a glorious sunrise too pretty to not capture. It promises to be hot today - 27 Celsius - and we start where we ended yesterday. One of the guides says he has heard over the radio that a pride of lions has been sighted crossing the area. ... Continue Reading →
What Kenya did to me-Upper Masai Mara, Kenya – Part 7
February 29th, Leap year morning I have to commend the drivers of our vehicles, they masterfully drove us through two river crossings on the way from lower to upper Masai Mara, without so much as a spin of a wheel. The grassy plains are still sprinkled with shrubs in low-lying catchment areas and... Continue Reading →
What Kenya did to Me: Lower Masai Mara P6
February 28th Ken Conger, our lead photographer, is travelling with us this morning. He is helping us with our camera settings, histogram readings, shutter speed, ISO and aperture. I am finally starting to understand the photography triangle. As we comb carefully through the overgrown paths, Eric explains we can't just go zooming off in any... Continue Reading →
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