I think that some images can make you feel like that as well. While I have been doing all the uploads of the various photographer's images to the Photo-Africa Stock Library I saw a couple of images that made me feel like that.
You look at the image and it feels strangely familiar yet brand new at the same time. I reckon it might be a good thing when an image makes you feel like that as you feel connected to it somehow yet you are excited about it as it is brand new. Make sense? Anyway, moving on.
I have been uploading images the whole weekend and it seems like the end is finally in sight. I completed all of Riaan and Gavin's images and by the end of tomorrow I will hopefully have all of my work loaded onto the stock site as well. I knew there were a lot of them but damn!!
I am still planning to do a Weekly High Five in the next couple of days but in the meantime here are a few quick images that I uploaded today. I took all of these during the last two weeks before returning to Johannesburg. The idea was to do a Photo Safari post with these images but with the number of photos available I will still be able to do another one later this week as well.
So to keep things rolling, here are a few of my latest images.
This young Spotted Hyena crossed the road in front of our vehicle. As I looked through the viewfinder I saw that the white and it looked like it was in a studio with a white background. I like it.
Plain and simple. Taken at midday, this silhouette of an African Hoopoo worked out quite well.
This was also at midday and the light was not the best. Actually it was pretty bad but I still like the result. The trunk makes an interesting line from top to bottom.
I was hoping for a full-on silhouette but the faded orange color worked quite well in the end.
And this is what happens when you get sidetracked in Photoshop! Not something I do a lot of, but every now and then the creative juices flow and images like this 'happen'! :)
Time to upload the next batch of images! I have about 4 more posts I need to get up onto the Blog before Adele and I head back to Tuningi on Wednesday so have to get cracking!
When you have a moment visit the Photo-Africa Stock Library to browse through the more than 300 new African Wildlife and Nature images that has been uploaded during the last two days! Some amazing 'moments'!
As always I look forward to hearing from you!
Until next time.