Sawubona. (It’s a native Zulu greeting, it means “hello”, “good day”.)
Been a while now I know. Need no further explanations as to why and how… but life has been full of surprises, and it’s just up to us to embrace them as they come. Still same feeling when I click the shutter, there’s that unspoken relationship that invisibly touches the photographer and his subjects. Well, if the subjects are beautiful… I better get the shots right! LOL. Still grateful to be able to do this. I will continue to post some more (mis)adventures as the chance permits. Hold on… in the meantime, stay safe and all the best. Thanks for dropping by. Sawubona!
Photographer’s note: Nikon D750, Nikkor AFS 17-35mm 2.8, Nikkor AFS 70-200mm 2.8 VRII