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|Another in the series of photos from our trip to the Kruger National Park. As yoy can see it was worth our while to get out of bed early in the mornings as the light at this time of day is just absolutely magical.|
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I agree that it's magical too. The birds adorn the photo.Perhaps it'd be much better if you could crop the trees at the bottom. Well Done & TFS.
- [2006-09-25 16:10]
You honeymooners should be very careful around storks so early in the morning (ha-ha-ha).
Now please tell me why you though you needed a wide angle lens for landscapes and sunsets while your 50-500mm Sigma did a perfect job of this magnificent Skukuza sunrise.
You're surely wetting my appetite for the Kruger Park as I have only two weeks left before I will be there as well.
I like this composition and the colours are absolutely splendid.
Very well done and TFS.
PS. Please pardon me for saying this, but I notice you have not written any critiques yet since joining TN. While you are still enjoying your honeymoon I am sure nobody will hold this against you, but it is probably an aspect of TrekNature which you might want to explore, once you have settled down again, as this is a very significant part of TN.
A great shot and a suberb view, but I think that the pantry of the trees in the low of the photo in my opinion causes some distraction. You can see this in the workshop. I think that way the photo more will be balanced. In that situation we can get more balance with the light too. Anyway still a great photo!