The early days in photography (Part 2)

My wife and I decided to visit the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park again in April 2011 because it is a paradise for wildlife photography. An arid park with limited number of tree/bushes and very little grass to speak of (surprise – in 2012 the grass was as long as in the Kruger National Park). We spend another week in the park and I used my Nikon D7000 with the Nikon 70 x 300mm lens and a 1.4 Kenko converter. Not too bad for a guy who struggle to switch on the camera just a few months ago. As you can see, almost all the birds in my photos were sitting. I just could not get a sharp (in focus) photo of a bird in flight (BIF). The photo below (BIF) was one of the better ones of the trip.

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