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  1. Thanks, Tom. I'm very much a beginner with respect to processing RAW images, and that's especially the case with B&W. I still think there's more in that second image. Someday, I'll hook up the 27" monitor to the MacBook and give it a whirl.
  2. Same fellow as in post #513 of this thread. Just playing (me, not him) with B&W:
  3. Okay, let's try some more of the Namibian variety. One more from Etosha: And perhaps this gal, in the Huab Valley:
  4. Not sure that I love this (or even like it), but first attempt at playing with Silver Efex as a faux plug-in in Capture One. Some waterhole in Etosha, Namibia, a long time ago.
  5. @@adam parkison Thanks. I never met him, but a friend and I spent a few days with Andrea Turkalo at her camp, back in 1991, just before I left CAR. -tom a.
  6. @@adam parkison Even though I lived in CAR for two years, I had to look up Chinko on Google maps, as I'd never heard of it. Seems like Michael Fay is somehow involved? -tom a. (Besson, CAR 1989-91)
  7. Spotted hyena spotting black-faced impala. Kalkheuwel waterhole, Namibia
  8. Same girl as in post #452 of this thread. Different lens this time, however (Fujifilm XF 55-200mm). Kwando Concession, Botswana, November 2015.
  9. Selinda, November 2015 Eyes glued
  10. Friend to the ladies seen earlier in the thread. Okondeka waterhole, Etosha National Park
  11. The missus and her tree. Waterberg Plateau, Namibia
  12. The view from Chalet 13. Dolomite Camp, Etosha.
  13. Huab River Valley, Damaraland, Namibia.
  14. Bashful. Along the road in western Etosha, November 2015.
  15. After the big guy leaves, we get to drink... Etosha (maybe Duineveld?), November 2015

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