Monthly Archives: August 2010

Printing your work: Dye vs. Pigment

August 17, 2010
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Many of you are aware … and many of you are not, but ChobeSafari and team had a serious electrical fire at out house last week.  This is why articles are a little slow at the moment.  No one was hurt.  The big issue is serious smoke damage to the house.   For this reason,...

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Trip Report: The Art of Safari Seduction

August 14, 2010
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Trip Report: The Art of Safari Seduction

We like to regularly share the opinions and experiences of folks visiting Chobe. This is the first hand diary of Drew Prineas. Drew Prineas added a quick trip to Chobe while in South Africa for the World Cup.  It was only an overnight trip, but we think you will be impressed at the diversity...

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Travel Tip: Video of typical morning at Chobe

August 10, 2010
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A typical, slightly better than average, Chobe morning game drive.  Mornings like this is why I go. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4xCJHUMGsE&feature=player_embedded

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Photo Tip: Backing Up – 10 Steps to Peace of Mind When Traveling in the Digital Age

August 8, 2010
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Photo Tip:  Backing Up – 10 Steps to Peace of Mind When Traveling in the Digital Age

You will spend a lot of time and money planning the trip.  You will see sights you may never see again.  Take the time and thought to set up a process for transferring images and backing them up.  Today’s guest article is by Greg Downing, co-founder and head guy at www.NatureScapes.net, which is one...

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Chobe’s most visible inhabitant: the African Savannah Elephant

August 4, 2010
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Chobe’s most visible inhabitant: the African Savannah Elephant

What’s the largest land animal you have ever seen in the wild?  this is the question posed to my son, Justin by my great friend Paul Salvado prior to our first trip into Chobe.  My son’s answer was a white tail deer.  I could better him and note a moose, but compared to much...

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Photo Tip: Capturing the Entire Herd

August 2, 2010
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Photo Tip: Capturing the Entire Herd

One of my Facebook friends, The Safari Photographer, has written an article on his site (also known as The Safari Photographer)  that gives a really important tip for anyone traveling to Chobe or on safari in general.  In prior tutorials, I have commented how one will often see elephants, hippos or buffalo in large...

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