A few months ago, I had an amazing opportunity to travel to Rwanda with my sisters to visit my missionary parents. It was an AMAZING couple of weeks.
I love to take travel photos, and I knew I would be able to capture some amazing images in such a beautiful country. But I would need the right equipment.
I shoot with a Nikon d600. My go-to travel lens is a versatile 24-70mm Nikon lens. But I knew the 24-70mm wasn't going to cut it this time. While in the country, we were planning to visit Akagara National Park. That's right! We were going on a SAFARI! Eeeek! If I was going to see wild animals in their natural habitat, I was going to need a more powerful zoom lens.
My generous husband bought me a Tamron 70-300mm lens. It's my only non-Nikon lens, and it is marvelous! All of my favorite safari photos came from the Tamron. Take a look: