Well, I'm back! And busy with university, what a surprise!
Anyway, the next weeks are going to be a sheer delight for cheetah lovers. I am starting to process some of the 2000 photos I took in Africa. Due to my idiotic lack of a lens > 135mm most of the close-up shots were either shot real close up or are results of creative cropping. If you want some background info on CCF or my stay there go ahead and ask me. Or read my blog at http://ccf.fleckenfell.de . It's all English! Feel free to contact me if you've got any questions about volunteering at CCF, I'll be happy to answer them!
I hope to be cranking out about 3-5 pictures a day for at l
Start spreading the news, I am leaving. Not for long, just about 6 weeks starting in late August/early September, but that should be enough. For now.
As for my destination: Africa, Namibia, Otjiwarango, Cheetah Conservation Fund. I eventually got my internship approved. I am not yet sure if I am going to take my camera with me. I think I am rather going to pay tribute to my total lack of skill and leave taking photos to those who know what they are doing (such as ~bestgamer (https://www.deviantart.com/bestgamer) , who is luckily coming with me).
Apart from that..I left my band, again, and am trying to write some songs of my own, again. For the first time I am actually makin