I’ve been back to many places on this planet, and while they’re always different there’s nothing quite like the wow effect of seeing a place for the first time. I’ve been to Savuti several times now, and while each time it’s been very different, the first time it was very dry and all the animals were practically fighting for control of the water holes, a few years later it was flooded and the river was running past a campsite. The fact remains the first time was the most awe inspiring, I prefer the colours in the photographs I have, the elephants were way more beast like. I’m really not sure why this is. I can certainly say it shouldn’t be the camera, the photos from that visit were all taken with a Nikon D70s, a 6.1 megapixel camera from 2005, my first DSLR. This photo is a good example of why the camera doesn’t matter.
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