While you could ride on the thrills of your nomad lifestyle, you are advised not to forget to consider seemingly inconsequential things like your health and more specifically, your health insurance coverage.
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water & flowers // I live in this vintage cardigan for winter, and whilst the supplies of flowers I am finding in the streets are declining, I am giving thanks for the bright sunny days that come with Johannesburg’s autumn & winter. My skin is struggling with the dryness and high altitude. @contentbeauty Can you recommend a great product that has a decent sunscreen and lots of protective moisture? 🌿🙏🏼 #flowerart#plantdecor#botanicalart#waterandflowers
This is De Mond Nature Reserve located 26km of Bredasdorp in the Cape Coast. Our @Ondela_M has been in the area exploring places to stay and things to do in this reserve which is part of @CapeNature's establishments. Keep your eyes peeled on our website for the full scoop.
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Look at this beauty smiling at us 😱😍🐆❤️
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We might not speak the same language but some gestures translate world wide. Boys will be boys eh.
I'm in Maseru to attend the launch of @Maseru_Avani's refurbished hotel where I'm spending two nights. The theme of the day is construction (don't ask about my outfit which I 'constructed' thinking I was expected to wear a tie). Lesotho has been easy going and good to me!
A TIP for full-time professionals who like to travel: consider taking annual leave or PTO around public holidays. Create long weekends by adding 1-3 days before or after holidays to have mini-vacations all year.
PHOTO: Two weeks ago I was in Gambia during a public holiday - Ascension Day. Yesterday, Whit Monday, was a day off. Easter Monday and Christmas are also observed in Senegal. The Senegalese - who are predominantly Muslim - are religious but tolerant and inclusive. // #LoriKemi#54before54#LKinTheGambia 🇬🇲 #DecouvrirEnsemble
I always try my very best to tell a story in each of my images. It needs not be the most dramatic event, but some part of the image needs to make you as the viewer stop & relook. A part of it needs to go beyond the flat dimensions of the square frame you’re looking at, it needs to bring the moment to life, it needs to tell a story in one way or another.
This is something you should apply to your wildlife photography. Don’t just shoot for the sake of it. Don’t just grab moments as they come. As with many things in life timing is key, a few split seconds in a still-frame can make your image a success or also, just another photo of a lion.