Wednesday, October 31, 2012

P is for Photography


"The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera".

Dorothea Lange
Photographer/photojournalist 1895 - 1965
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I see my world through the photographs I make of it. Here are a few of my African favourites...

Desert Rose, Kenya

Elephants at Baobab tree, Tanzania
   
 Wildebeest, Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya

Cheetah, Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya

Agama Lizard, Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya

                      Rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania
Giraffe, Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya

Gerenuk, Serengeti Plain, Tanzania

                            Young lion, Serengeti Plain, Tanzania

Masai village children, Kenya


I am linking this post to ABC Wednesday, and suggest you drop by and check out other takes on the letter'P'...


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10 comments:

Sherry Blue Sky said...

GLORIOUS!!!!! Your photos are always breathtaking. I am especially in love with the sweet coquettish giraffe.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Cute kids and beautiful animals!

Kay L. Davies said...

The close-up of the giraffe and the adorable gerenuk are my favorites, but they're all beautiful photos, Lynette.
I haven't participated in ABC since the letter J, when I came down with a horrible chest infection, and I see I somehow missed your post about Olduvai Gorge last week. One of the biggies on my bucket list. Going now to check it out.
Luv, K

Leslie: said...

Phenomenal photos!

Leslie
abcw team

ChrisJ said...

That photo of the giraffe is so adorable. She looks like she might be blushing! The lion is good too and all the Masai children. These are great photographs.

Kate said...

PHOTOS are PERFECTION. Loved the PHOTOGRAPHY quote. Kate, ABC Team

Roger Owen Green said...

phine photos
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Chubskulit Rose said...

All of those photos are gorgeous, especially the children.

P is for Project
Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

Penelope Puddlisms said...

I like all these photos but the last one is adorable, Lynette. The quote you mention is very true, although sometimes I can be so intent on capturing a photo of what I see I miss the magic of just being in the scene. :)

Katy Cameron said...

Just home and catching up with everyone, I thought about you as I scrambled around Mesa Verde and wandered round bits of old Route 66 and others of your southern haunts :o)