What do I do when I have time on my hands? What do you do when you have time on your hands?
Over the past three weeks, I have been waiting for a little cat to make an appearance. What should I do with my time while wishing and hoping?
The last ten days of my trip to Africa this summer I spent on a Photo Safari. Each day we would go into the bush and take photos of everything great and small. At the end of the day, it was not unusual to return with over one thousand frames shot with my trusty Canon DSLR.
Prior to Safari, I spent six weeks in Zimbabwe and South Africa traveling independently with my friend, Phyllis. Oh no more pictures. I was not taking quite that many photos per day on this part of the trip. Still, there were photos and more photos.
Do you have any idea how long it takes to delete and edit and figure out exactly what is worth keeping and what needs to be tossed? Spending time at my rig has offered me the golden opportunity to dive into all of these pictures and create some order to the madness.
For those of you who do not “do” Facebook, I decided to add my slideshow to a post on my blog. I must warn you, it is long-about twenty-eight minutes worth. I like how it turned out. It is not too professional but not one of those campy home movies.
Enjoy the show.
And no Elsie has not shown up.
I would love to view your YouTube video on your Africa trip but was unable to open any of the links.
I have been following you for a long time and enjoy reading what you share. My heart aches for you as you await the return of Elsie. She is such a beautiful cat and has been such a wonderful traveling companion with you. I keep you in my prayers through your health issues and as you travel solo.
May you have a blessed Thanksgiving.
Donald Griggs 925-368-6465
OMG !!!!! I want more !!! You have some award winning shots in your collection. Think about entering some photo contests . I love your techno savvy ness with your shots. Well done my friend, well done.