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Trip pictures from Kenya/Rwanda

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Trip report is here: http://www.fodors.com/forums/threadselect.jsp?fid=4&tid=35041815

As promised, here are a few pictures from my July honeymoon to Kenya, Rwanda, and Egypt. I'm not a photographer...I think even calling myself a novice would be a stretch. I'm a nothing :) My husband and I bought a Nikon D40x for the trip--basically a dlsr point and shoot but definitely needed that shutter speed many times and the quality of prints is awesome. I'm trying to figure out my of the manual settings though so I can full advantage of the camera. We had the regular 55mm lens that came with it and bought the 200mm which seemed to be powerful enough for us. A longer lens might have been useful for Mara crossings but besides that I think it was ok but again...I'm not a photographer. We also had a small compact Canon which my husband used--it was great to have. Very useful addition to the larger dslr.

http://s235.photobucket.com/albums/ee24/roomoog/

Once you open them...if you click on them, then expand. They look a bit mushy in their photobucketted smaller version.

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