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Kenya: Photo Safari Companion

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Kenya: Photo Safari Companion.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Alain Pons(Author) Christine Baillet(Author)

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Kenya, is home to a rich assortment of mammals and birds and has long been a popular safari destination for naturalists, wildlife enthusiasts and photographers. This book highlights the best areas for seeing game such as lion, leopard, cheetah, rhino, elephant and giraffe. The vast flamingo populations within the magnificent scenery of the Rift Valley lakes offer unsurpassed opportunities for photographers of all abilities. The authors share their field experiences and offer advice and hints to ease the way for visitors to this great safari destination.

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  • By Moira G. on 8 February 2010

    This book measure 21 cm by 27 cm and is too big to carry with you on your travels. It is a thin book with some lovely photographs. The book divides Kenya into 5 areas and tells you about each area. It includes photographic tips and lets you know whether you need a wide angle lens, medium focus lens or a long focus lens, though you can really guess yourself what is needed by looking at the photos. There are a few pages giving you practical tips for visiting the area. It is a pleasant book to read and look at the photos, but the spine is not very secure and with a lot of use may disintegrate.

  • By gofar on 7 April 2012

    Very clear photos with brief accounts and includes a few photo tips at the end. A coffee table book rather than something you would take with you I think. Very thin and disappointingly fragile. Even after opening it only a couple of times, pages felt like they would fall out. Evenso, I consider it decent value for money.

  • By C. Atkinson on 17 June 2010

    This is a good book. Unfortunately it doesnt cover Tsavo but it still offers great hints which my boyfriend will love.

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