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I arrived home from work yesterday evening and promptly collapsed on the couch. The past few weeks have been productive, but also exhausting and it has taken a toll. I took a recovery day off from work and did my best to build up some energy for the remaining weeks of this semester (three weeks till Thanksgiving break!). This evening I’m still a little tired, but feel more alive then I have for the past two weeks. It is amazing what a lot of sleep can do. So, why do I bring this up? It’s my long winded excuse as to why my blog posting has been limited over the past few weeks. Tomorrow I expect to be back to my normal schedule and I’ve got some new blog posts in the pipeline.
Thanks for your patience and look for a new post on Thursday.
This massive male lion was photographed during an African photo safari in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. The image was taken using a Canon 1Ds mark 3, 500mm IS lens with a 1.4 teleconverter, at 200 ISO. The image was captured from a vehicle and a beanbag was used to support the lens. The lion was lying right next to the road and our approach did nothing more then briefly make him open his eyes.