Before I made my first trip to Africa, I had written off the continent as over-photographed, and over-done. The wildlife of Africa had been shot to pieces by just about every photographer who could afford the price of the plane ticket.
Or so I thought.
It took about an hour in northern Botswana to blow that notion right up in my face. My first afternoon on the Chobe River, surrounded by a dozen species of wildlife, my jaw was so far open I could have swallowed my telephoto.
This is an ebook, not only about a journey through northern Botswana, but a reminder to forget what you think you know, and to reconsider the potential of photography, even in highly photographed areas.
Full of anecdotes, vignettes, images, and guidance for photographers, this is a compelling read for travelers heading to Africa, or anyone who has an appreciation for personal discovery in an unexpected place.