The walls of our galleries on the Big Island are mostly filled with Hawaiian subjects…customers come into see Hawaii and that is what we want to provide for them. However, we do travel and we take our cameras along. As I write this blog, CJ is in Mongolia and we just got back from Tanzania, Kenya, and Europe. Linda and I took some 30,000 images during our photo safari of eleven days in the bush. We will probably end up with just two of those images on the walls of our galleries, but will make good use of the others in our online gallery and with a possible book. And…we can not wait to see what CJ brings home. His last trip to Mongolia he brought back absolutely amazing images.
When you get a chance, take a look at our new Africa gallery on this website. It is in the larger gallery of Images from Around the World. Linda and I think the photos of some of our best ever due to the unique subject matter and conditions that allowed us to get up close and to shoot at low ISO with great gear. We’ve only posted a few here, but will be thinking about how we can post maybe 150 or so for those who are curious. The diversity we encountered was beyond our expectations.
In the coming days, I will feature a photo or two from that trip in new blogs…giving some of the story of what we saw and how we managed to get the shot.
So thankful for our successful trip to Africa and so very happy to be back home. Aloha.