Dusk, Kalk Bay

Interviewer: Dusk at Kalk Bay – tell me about this image. (PS click on the image to enlarge).

Me: No. Not right now, anyway. Rob and I are getting packed and heading out shortly to spend the long weekend – it’s the Youth Day weekend, here in South Africa – in the Magaliesberg.

Interviewer: Ah! That means birdwatching, landscapes!

Me: You bet.

Interviewer: So what’s in the bag?

Me: Well, the binoculars, of course. I’m lucky enough to have a pair of Leica Trinovid 8x40s, which I love. They’re so bright and sharp. The Nikon D500. A 200-500mm lens, with 1.4x teleconverter. And my new (used, actually) 105mm macro lens, which I hope to try out for the first time. Not to mention the ever-reliable, versatile 17-55mm (24-70mm equivalent). And of course a tripod.

Interviewer: Travelling Light, I see?!

Me: What can I say?

One response to “Dusk, Kalk Bay”

  1. […] know this too – bird photographers, landscape photographers, both are drawn by the skies and the clouds, the cliffs and the strands, by rock pools and sand […]


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