Here’s a shot from the Taraji Blue archives.
We’ve been spending a lot of time recently reviewing our photography portfolio and have enjoyed rooting out shots that we did not feel made the grade previously – but that we now like. It’s amazing how much our photographic eye, style and preferences have changed with time. Take, for example, this image – previously shunned in favour of close ups of wildlife photography, I now love it for its vastness, the way it captures not only the immense landscape of the Maasai Mara, but also how it captures the volume of animals that freely roam its plains. Everywhere you look – every black dot – is a wildbeest or zebra participating in one of the world’s greatest spectacles. This photo captures this in a way that action shots / close ups couldn’t.
We’re now finding that we are keen to capture the incredible landscapes we see and we aim to extend our photography kit to help us improve the art of landscape photography.
In addition to sharing photos here (on the blog) and in our Taraji Blue photo galleries, we also share new and never seen before photos on our Taraji Blue facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/tarajiblue . Please do check us out and, in you like what you see, please like us.