+1.. i like the buffalo shot the best too and  feel you could try b&w
for the landscape shot...

subash


On Sun, 8 Jul 2018 16:07:28 -0400
ann sanfedele <ann...@nyc.rr.com> wrote:

> What a nice set, alan. I especially like the water buffalo shot...
> The angry sky in the dried trees is nicely dramatic - if it were
> mine, I'd go for BW for that one.
> 
> In other news,
> Happy Birthday :-)
> 
> ann
> 
> On 7/8/2018 1:18 PM, Alan C wrote:
> > Today, a grey day, was cold by Phalaborwa standards so we went to 
> > Letaba Camp for Lunch. Being school holidays, the camp was
> > packed.Took a few shots along the way:
> >
> > https://www.flickr.com/photos/wisselstroom/42561659184/
> >
> > The trees on this kopje are stark without leaves
> >
> > Scroll R for a group of Buffaloes sheltering from the breeze. As
> > you can see, no grass. Most of the park is like this after the poor
> > rainy season. The animals have already eaten most of it & are going
> > to struggle for the next few months.
> >
> > Scroll R again for a close up of an Aloe Marlothii floret & R again 
> > for the whole plant.
> >
> > A.Marlothii & the similar A. Ferox are probably the most striking
> > of the Aloe species.
> >
> > All with the K5 & HD 55-300mm @ 55mm.
> >
> > Alan C
> >
> > For those who are interested, we saw Elephant, Buffalo, Wildebees, 
> > Zebra, Impala, Waterbuck, Bushbuck, Warthog & Baboon. No cats.

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