In the 1980s, I took a photography course at evening classes. Since my father worked for Agfa-Gevaert and as he was also a keen photographer, I was probably bitten by the bug as a child. The camera was always part of our family life. But a busy lifestyle meant that photography was put on hold for a long time.Since my first journey to Botswana, that passion for photography has been rekindled. The beauty of the country, together with the unspoiled natural environment encouraged me to record what I saw using my camera. That was when the serious work started. New camera, new lenses, photographing in RAW, etc. So it was a real challenge. As a member of BVNF (Photography Club with a heart and respect for nature), I acquired a lot of know-how. It is also a good experience and it is fun to receive feedback from other people about my work.
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