Chobe -Camp life

My family and I recently went to the Ichingo Chobe River Lodge for a week; we stayed on the Namibian border and went on a cruise up the river every morning and evening.

I have so many decent photos from the trip that I decided to split the posts into categories (in conjunction with my blogging revolution to write shorter posts).

On our second day there I had a chance to walk around the camp after lunch, in pursuit of a few vervet monkeys – including two pairs of mothers with babies.

I was pleasantly delighted with my photos; the f2.8 aperture transformed the leaves and branches in front of the monkeys (who were jumping in the tree tops) into beautiful bokeh.

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