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ELMARIE BRAUN 04-Nov-2011 19:07
Hi Cindy,

I was looking for a pic of a Baobab Tree & came across your site. I looked at your Botswana pics and they brought back some wonderful memories of my trip there 20 years ago. Your photography is beathtakingly beautiful & I loved your comments too. Thank you so much for allowing me to look at them.

Regards
Elmarie
Guest 25-Jul-2009 16:18
Cindy...your pictures are totally amazing! Better and better with each trip! Love ya, Paula
kelly 07-Jul-2008 01:57
Love your work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
james200204-Jan-2008 04:28
I am awestruck by your African safari gallery. Every shot is magazine quality. By far the best on PBase. I see you use Canon lenses. What about the camera, digital or film?
I think all of PBase would like to make the trip with you next time! Regards,
Jim
Guest 08-Mar-2007 13:27
One of the best galleries on pbase thus far.
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner 14-Dec-2006 15:09
Very nice site,

http://www.pbase.com/dean_eades/profile
Jennifer 12-Aug-2006 19:21
Wonderful and informative web site.I used information from that site its great.
Will Barks 30-Jul-2006 17:00
Great photos! My wife and I plan on a getting some photo lessons and equipment befor my first Tanzania Safari in Nov 2008. I found your link on the AR forum. Do any digital cameras produce this kind of quality?
kalyand27-Jul-2006 01:41
Great Wildlife Photography .
Lisa 01-Jun-2006 16:39
Without question, the most beautiful pictures of Africa/safari I've ever seen! All with those two lenses? I assume a dSLR? Amazing!
Cindy Wheeler23-May-2006 19:17
darcin26 - my lens isn't as big as theirs. I used a Canon 300 f/2.8 and a Canon 70-200 f/2.8. They were using 400 f/2.8, 500 f/4.0 and 600 f/4.0 along with 70-200's and 100-400's. So mine was the baby lens!
cindy 21-May-2006 18:13
Your pictures are absolutely amazing...each more interesting than the last one. I'm off to Botswana in Sept and hope I get even a few as good as these. Was your equipment like your "compadres" - as in the 5 compadres picture in Botswana at the hippo pool?
Jim aka Seamus 24-Nov-2005 07:09
Absolutely astounding!
ash 15-Nov-2005 01:16
mom...your pictures get better every time!!! keep it up except next time take me
(and neal says him too) with you!
Nigwel02-Jul-2005 23:40
Great Gallery and Shots..
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/nigel.ritchie/
Cindy Wheeler23-May-2005 16:15
Thanks for the comments! Jeanette, I've sent an email to the address you have listed.
Jeanette 23-May-2005 05:54
CJW Your photos are breathtaking. i'm off to East Africa next week and would be over the moon if I could take one or two as good as yours. Would you mind if I contacted you and asked a few questins about spped, lenses etc. Once again thanks for letting us see these they are great.