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– Visit PhotosofAfrica.com for more information — The Stellenbosch Wine Route is arguably the country´s most famous, and the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin area includes 106 cellars – most of which are open to the public. Enjoy a long day´s wine tasting, and wine buying and you´ll sip more than our great South African wines – you´ll taste our South African way of life. — Visit PhotosofAfrica.com for more information – Video Rating: 4 / 5
Question by rangerroe: So, headed to Africa, just got the Canon 20D, and think I want the EF 100-400 telephoto lens…ideas?
This will be my first experience with a telephoto, and I only want to do it once…(hopefully.) My background is in Macro work. Is this the way to go for wildlife safari photography? Any experience anybody has is appreciated, as well as other product recommendations. Money isn’t an object, but getting the most bang for the buck is by way of versatility. Thanks.
Answer by Mose Enjoy your African tour. Hope you will see the Victoria Falls in Livingstone Zambia.
Fiji all inclusive resorts is the way to go if you are looking for one of the most romantic places in the world. It does not hurt that Fiji vacation packages are extremely affordable compared to other places with similar climate. One of my best friends took their honeymoon in Fiji and the pictures were amazing. They spent 1/2 of what me and my husband did to go to Hawaii.
There are also a ton of other activities to do beside what is include in the resort packages. The resort does cover all you can eat and drink but somtimes you just want to get off property and see some of sites and eat something different. When you are getting a great price in the original package you have the luxury of doing things like this.
Remember to take the time to take a great trip now and again. It is a great chance to escape your everyday routine and have a blast. The Europeans understand this much better then us Americans.
Question by mdr375: Why does safari not work even though I have internet connection?
I’m on a mac and its is very common for safari to stop working. It tells me that the server cannot be found after trying to load for a very long time. This all happens when I have all five bars of internet and all my ichat, and utorrent is working. How come safari is breaking down?
Answer by Echo Because Safari has weak fu. Learn the ways of the Firefox.
In an extra-ordinary day of cricket – Australia have been bundled out for 47 runs in their second innings – one of the lowest Test totals in modern cricket — on day two of the first Test against the Proteas at Newlands. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Ghana is the second-largest producer of gold on the continent and is now home to a large network of gold fraudsters. Investors have lost millions at their hands. Africa Investigates goes undercover to lift the lid on this illusory pot of gold. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Question by squiffymiffy: How much does it cost to Travel Africa?
I am thinking of going traveling to Africa next year for 6 weeks – 2 months on a tour including safaris and activities. I wondered if anyone had been and could tell me how much I could expect to spend in total including flights and extras as I have nothing to base prices on. Thanks
nmc.org Show Links Photo Safari Registration & Information www.nmc.org Learning Analytics Webinar www.nmc.org Apple Challenge Based Learning Webinar edseminars.apple.com HP Catalyst Thought Leaders Series catalyst.navigator.nmc.org Horizon Report 2011 Museum Edition Preview www.nmc.org St Edwards Global Social Problems academic.stedwards.edu The NMC Photo Safari is quickly approaching – and by fast, I mean, it’s next week. Join the NMC community and Straw Hat visuals for three days of education, hands on instruction, and tons of inspiration from pulitzer prize winning photographer bill frames. during this workshop, we’ll explore still and video portraiture, lighting for portraits, shooting models, and street photography, with an additional session on light painting. NMC Photo safari is an amazing opportunity for professional development, inspiration, and of course bonding with fellow shutterbugs. Photo safari is November 1st throughout the 3rd in Austin Texas and there’s still time to grab your spot at nmc.org. Just make sure you bring plenty of gigs worth of “digital film”. You’re going to need it. We’d like to announce three upcoming webinars – Join the NMC and North East Regional Learning Analytics for a free, live webinar on Thursday, november 10th at noon central for the results of the learning analytics workshop hosted by NERLA and the NMC. The webinar will follow the progress of five teams of educators from around the country as they prepare to implement learning …
Best of Botswana Photographic Safari — December 2011 Botswana is my favourite safari destination anywhere in the world. I might be biased, as it was my home for over 8 years — but it is a very special place and December is my absolute favourite time of year to be there. December is magical. The wet season has started, but this time of the year is generally represented by the occasional dramatic afternoon thunderstorm. The grass is short and emerald green, the air is clear, the skies are blue with clouds often building through the day into spectacular storm cells in the afternoon. The clear light and thick cumulus clouds also make for the most spectacular sunsets imaginable. Added to this the migratory birds have returned. Everywhere there are spectacular flashes of colour. Even people that aren’t remotely interested in birds at the beginning of a safari will be constantly intrigued by the variety, accessibility and beauty of the birds at this time of year. That is enough reason to go and we haven’t even mentioned the mammals yet. The plains game — impalas, wildebeest, zebra, tsessebe, warthogs to name a few — all give birth at this time of the year. Baby animals are everywhere — a constant source of entertainment for us and a constant source of food for northern Botswana’s abundant predator population. The predator viewing in December is fantastic. Lions, wild dogs, leopards, cheetahs and lions are commonly seen in December taking advantage of the seasonal glut of …