Africa Revisited

It’s hard to believe it’s been four months since we returned from Africa. Recently I sat down and revisited some of the photos that hadn’t caught my eye the first time around. I would encourage all photographers to make a habit of this, you never know what may catch your eye the second time around. This post features a number of shots taken throughout Africa that I hope tell a story, that make you think a little deeper about the image. As always I welcome any feedback, and I hope you enjoy.

TAllen-2013-08-18-4465 as Smart Object-1Victoria Falls shot from an aerial view in a helicopter.

TAllen-2013-08-17-4411Victoria Falls as seen from the ground using an ND filter for the long exposure.

TAllen-2013-07-30-3651The last of the great wildebeest migration from Tanzania towards Kenya.

TAllen-2013-07-30-3579Beautiful Ngorongoro Crater at first light.

TAllen-2013-07-19-3148The inspiring Little Angels Orphanage.

TAllen-2013-07-22-3253Roadside in Kampala, Uganda.

TAllen-2013-09-03-5674The Milky Way is more beautiful in the southern hemisphere.

TAllen-2013-07-15-2907Up

TAllen-2013-07-19-3126A lifetime of love.

TAllen-2013-07-16-3095Masai women ready for a dance.

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2 thoughts on “Africa Revisited

  1. Gorgeous shots, reminds me of so many of the same places I visited. Your eye for colours and unique exposures make the pictures even more special. My fav is still the aerial shot of the falls.

  2. Hello my family member! I wish to say that
    this post is awesome, great written and include
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