This guide is suitable for all levels of photographers, 100 Ways to Take Better Nature and Wildlife Photographs features 100 practical and inspiring tips on every aspect of the genre.Guy Edwardes’ breath-taking pictures accompany his eas-to-follow advice on a wide range of subjects from capturing the actions of large mammals to snapping wild birds and flowers in the garden.With tips on everything from technique to composition, coping with extreme field conditions to Photoshop software manipulati
Question by : Where in the Carribean is good for wildlife photography?
i am really into wildlife photography and am going on a trip to the Caribbean and was wondering where is a good place for wildlife photography. I have a dslr. I don’t mean like coral reef photography as i cannot take my camera into the water.. are there any good forests/jungles i could go to?
Answer by Mick No, in a word.
It’s simply too developed. You could try a couple of undeveloped places like East Point on New Providence Island, but you’re not going to get many opportunities.
If you can get down to Curacao, there’s a little lighthouse on the North West tip that’s full of interesting lizards and birds of prey and few people ever venture there. Good spot. But it’s a long way to go…
Question by : What is the difference between Explorer 9 and Safari 5?
I have a windows 7 and explorer 9, and also safari 5. Which one is better and why? What are the major differences between them?
Please help. Should I keep safari 5 on my computer?
Answer by Hacking Dummies Use Safari, I made a vid about why, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jG-Vz-7913A
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Question by amy(:♥: What is the difference between Safari and Firefox?
It really bothers me that I can’t use some websites with Safari. For example, when I go to my school website and I click on my teachers’ websites, it says I have to use Firefox. Why is that? But the Macs at school is not like that. I can use Safari for any website at school. Do I have to download a newer Safari?
Question by telllly: how to plan a trip around south africa and neighbouring countries? what are the must gos?
i’ll be going to Swaziland (in southern africa) for a study trip, after that i’d like to tour around south africa and other neighbouring countries, where are the places i must go and how should i start planning it? >.< no clue!! wanna go to some other exciting countries around that area too?? any suggestions?
i'll be going to Swaziland (in southern africa) for a study trip, after that i'd like to tour around south africa and other neighbouring countries, where are the places i must go and how should i start planning it? >.< no clue!! wanna go to some other exciting countries around that area too, any suggestions? ...i've got about three weeks for the trip, interests are mainly wildlife, cultural and historical stuff, budget not set yet, estimating..
Answer by esterretjie The best way to start planning a trip is probably by going to a tour operator or to contact an independant guide. There are a few sites that could help you in your planning. If you are looking for cheap accommodation and travel the Baz Bus is your best option. Other sites include SA_Venues, Excape and the SA Environment website, it has all the tourism authorities contact details.
Must see places in South Africa:
* Gauteng Province (origins of gold)
* East Coast (Durban and surrounds)
* Limpopo Province (loads of private game reserves)
* Sun City (North West Province)
* Kruger National Park
* Bourke’s Luck Potholes (Mpumalanga)
* The Kalahari (Northern Cape)
Must see neibouring places:
* Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe – travel through Botswana and cross over the border to the falls)
* The coast of Mozambique
South Africa’s most beautiful places, captured like never before! Program One- Safari: An adventurous safari is a wonderful way to visit the country. Get up-close and personal with lions, giraffes, elephants, and dozens of other animals in their natural habitat. Program Two- South Africa: Cape Town: Cape Town is a nexus of cultures in a setting so stunning, it s called the ‘new California’ or ‘Africa’s Riviera.’ Where else in the world can you wake up in a cosmopolitan city, spend the aftern
Though I have been wearing prescription eyeglasses for several years, I know nothing about different eyeglass frames. Several days ago, I bought a pair of eyeglasses. I not only bought a pair of satisfying eyeglasses, but also get a better understanding of different fames. They will work great for the new school year.
According to material, eyeglass frames can be divided into three basic kinds: metal, nonmetal and natural.
Metal frames can be further divided into several types, they are: copper alloy, nick alloy and titanium. Frames made of copper alloy usually are very cheap, for they have the disadvantages of easily corroded, easily distorted and get rusted. Frames made of nick alloy are more corrosion resistant than copper alloy frames, and their intensity is better than copper frames, too. At present, most metal frames are made of nick alloy. This kind of frames belongs to the middle rank. Frames made of titanium are said to be the up rank among metal frames. Titanium is a new strong light silver-white metal that is used to make aircraft and spacecraft. Its most distinctive feature is light. And it has high intensity, high corrosion resistant ability and high plasticity. While, in the market there is a kind of eyeglass frames made of titanium alloy, they have better flexibility than pure titanium frames, but not as light as pure titanium. If the frames have the mark of Ti-P or TITAN, it means they are made of pure titanium; if they are marked with Ti-C, it means that they are made of titanium alloy. Both pure titanium and titanium alloy frames are belong to the up rank and are a little more expensive than common metal frames.
Nonmetal frames are mainly made of compound colophony, the current plank frames and nylon frames are belong to nonmetal frames. Plank frames have the merits of light, corrosion resisted, and not easy to be distorted and discolored. This type of frames is most suitable to people who are allergic to metal. Nylon frames are another kind of fashionable frames at the time being, for they have high lubrication ability, heat-stable, abrasion-proof and impact resistant.
Natural-material frames are frames made of special wood, animal horn or turtle. They are light, durable, varnish and worth conserving, while expensive too.
My parents bought my daughter some all natural play makeup for her birthday this year. All of her other friends have been playing dress up for years with make up and all the other girly stuff but my wife said she had to wait until she was 9 before she was able to wear any make up whether it was “fake” or real. She was so excited and I do not think I have seen her around without some of it on for weeks now. It is pretty crazy how quickly the little ones grow up. Make sure you enjoy them while you can because it might be pretend make up today but it will be total up do’s in the near future.