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Tag Archives: nature
I previously posted about Ironman South Africa last April. Well, naturally you don’t go all the way to South Africa for a sporting event and then go back home. Nope – safari time! There are a number of parks and … Continue reading
In a long(er) blog post in October, I wrote about the benefits of a career that takes you all over the world, and highlighted the fact that being away often helps us better appreciate the natural beauty of our own … Continue reading
The last four years have been given us amazing travel opportunities. The world is full of interesting things to see; wonderful people to meet and get to know; and of course this all translates to great video and photo opportunities. Not … Continue reading
Smack in the middle of Chennai is a 2.8 square-kilometer national park – one of India’s smallest – which is an extension of the Tamil Nadu Governor’s residence. Along its fringes can be found the Snake Park, which I’ve posted … Continue reading
I’ve been talking a lot about photography and vintage cameras on this blog, but originally this was all about video editing and production. This is the first “real” video I’ve done in some time – a short documentary film as … Continue reading
Awhile back we visited Victoria Falls, on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia. They’re not the biggest falls in the world, but at a mile wide and 110 meters deep, they are up there. I thought the footage went wonderfully … Continue reading
I snapped this interesting photo the other day as I was experimenting with some screw-in macro lenses I had gotten in the mail. Here in Namibia, there are millions of millipedes coiled up under rocks, soil, everyplace you dig. So … Continue reading
Spring has sprung in Namibia, and that has caused all sorts of things to flower. The mostly brown-and-dark-green, relatively drab city we arrived to in July (winter in the southern hemisphere) is turning all sorts of colors. The purple Jacaranda … Continue reading