Last June I bought a coupon for 75% off a photo book from Photobook Canada, intending to use it for our Africa trip photos. Then I got sidetracked from finishing the processing of the Africa photos and suddenly it was January and my coupon was expiring soon. Oops!
So now I have until the end of February to process the hundreds of photos left and put together a photo book – Eep! But actually it’s good. I needed the pressure to finally get back to it. I don’t know why, but the photos suddenly felt like a monumental task and instead of doing the smart thing of processing a few here and there along the way, I let the enormity of the project get to me and did nothing at all. ‘Cause a magical photo-processing faery was going to fix them up for me while I slept right?
Anyways, I have a goal of doing 18-20 photos a day and so far it’s working out. I’ll share them with you along the way. For now, here’s some collages I put together from the latest safari photos. These were taken in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya:
Baby animals are so cute! This little guy had a lot of spunk.
As the rhinoceroses munched away slowly on grass, these little birds perched and ate the ticks off the rhinoceroses backs (when I went to confirm this fact, I discovered that the birds also eat the blood from open sores on the rhinos…which I really didn’t need to know but since I know it now, I thought I might as well share it with you too. You’re welcome!).