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Saturday, November 26, 2011
Monday, November 21, 2011
The NECCC Fall Interclub Electronic Image Competition winning photographs and scores are on the NECCC web site at http://neccc.org/New_Outline_4.htm
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Minimum of 9 and a maximum of 11 participants
The Namib Desert may well be the world's oldest desert. The Namib-Naukluft Park includes five main regions: Namib, Sandvis, Naukluft, Sesriem and Sossusvlei. The apricot-colored dunes at Sossusvlei are beautiful and photographic opportunities for landscapes abound. Herds of mountain zebra, gemsbok and springbok roam the area.
This is a flying safari to the primary reserves in Botswana utilizing charter flights between the camps.
Game viewing will be from 4x4 vehicles with a resident guide at each camp we visit. Every park has a unique ecosystem.
Our itinerary includes all privately owned camps giving us a distinct advantage. We will not be subject to hundreds of tourists and slow traffic. We will be able to drive off normal trails in pursuit of photo opportunities that present themselves and not be bound by National Park rules.
The Okavango Delta is a mutual blending of water and forested islands, joined by thousands of waterways that alter each year with the flood. Moremi is a prime game viewing area that includes a third of the Delta. The western reaches of Moremi include much of the Okavango while the e astern sector is mainly mopane woodland and open grassland.
Who should attend?
This is a photo safari for photographers of all skill levels. Individual attention will be given to attendees, irrespective of experience or expectations. Digital and film shooters are most welcome.
The primary focus is to capture the wildlife of the region and the excellent landscapes.
Click Here for Details or go to: http://shivverma.wordpress.com/workshops/africa-photo-safari-namibia-botswana/
Sunday, November 13, 2011
Our 2011 fall bulletin is now on line and available by clicking here. You are welcome to download the bulletin or read it on line. The current issue is a PDF document that will require a PDF reader. The reader is available as a free download from Adobe. Click here to download and install the reader on your system.