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10th July 2017
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as i mentioned last month, i spent the day driving around etosha national park, following a map of the watering holes and recent sightings. this was the first watering hole where we found signs of life, manifested in a solitary and thirsty giraffe. it was for situations such as this that when i bought my new nikon d810 i decided to get a 28-300mm lens. while the majority of my photographic output is taken at less than 50mm, there are times when i want to get a bit closer, and i was right that a safari in africa fell under that category. also as it's now my only full frame lens, and i'm pretty broke from getting that plus a new camera, i figured it may be a while until i get to play with any other range on this camera. now if i can just figure out how to focus i could be unstoppable.

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i've posted 15 photos taken with my nikon d810 - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 92 photos taken with a shutter speed of 1/500 sec - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 264 photos taken with an aperture of f/5.6 - here are the last few i posted - view the rest here

i've posted 4 photos taken with a focal length of 300.0 mm

i've posted 3 photos taken on 8th May 2017

10/07/2017
spit take
as i mentioned last month, i spent the day driving around etosha national park, following a map of the watering holes and recent sightings. this was the first watering hole where we found signs of life, manifested in a solitary and thirsty giraffe. it was for situations such as this that when i bought my new nikon d810 i decided to get a 28-300mm lens. while the majority of my photographic output is taken at less than 50mm, there are times when i want to get a bit closer, and i was right that a safari in africa fell under that category. also as it's now my only full frame lens, and i'm pretty broke from getting that plus a new camera, i figured it may be a while until i get to play with any other range on this camera. now if i can just figure out how to focus i could be unstoppable.

here's the original