Hello Africa !

Hello Africa

Hello | South Africa | 2015

Africa is calling again! Tomorrow I will once again board a plane for a long distance flight. But this time it is for a family vacation. And the destination is Namibia. 23 years after our first visit we will return to this great country on the Atlantic Ocean side of Southern Africa. I’m looking forward to  the immense friendliness and hospitality of the local people, colorful street life, great landscapes with oceans, canyons, mountains and deserts and the wildlife in the bush and the plains.

We are deeply in love with Africa since having lived in Johannesburg in the early nineties. Back than we have toured all of South Africa and the neighboring countries like Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia. We spent our vacation two years ago in South Africa. Last year we visited Tanzania. And this year we are looking forward to see Namibia again.

The equipment I bring is my OM-D E-M1 with the mZuiko 40-150mm F/2.8 Pro Zoom with the 1.4 teleconverter and the PEN-F with the mZuiko 12-40mm F/2.8 Pro Zoom. Additionally my Walimex  7,5mm 1:3.5 Fisheye and the mZuiko 12mm F/2 prime lens.

So stay tuned for some insights into Southern Africa when the Streets of Nuremberg will travel the roads of Namibia.


Watchtower | South Africa | 2015


Safari Roads - Buffallo hiding

I see you | South Africa | 2015

Safari Roads - Lion blocking the road

Hungry | South Africa | 2015

Have a great Sunday!


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  1. When looking at photos of children you realize the commonality
    that exists among them globally and the importance of leaving
    a better world for them than the we inherited.


  2. Totally off topic but may I ask what confirmed your choices in Camera bodies at some point when your off holiday maybe? I don’t plan to purchase a different set up anytime soon but want to start at least seeing the why’s and getting feedback from people’s opinion that I respect, etc.

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  3. Meeting these amazing animals and locals must be an exciting experience. I have been to Kenya but it was more than 20 years ago while Borneo was visited frequently in recent years. I´m sure you will have a great trip in South Africa and looking forward to your next post 🙂
    Anita / Malta

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