Back from Bolivia


Hostle Courtyard, Potasi, Bolivia
Hostle Courtyard, Potasi, Bolivia

I’m back from my recent break and want to apologise for the absence of posts over the past two weeks. The main reason for the break was that I have been trekking in Bolivia (everyone deserves a holiday some time) and there just wasn’t any internet access.

Secondly I have been working on migrating my Lenscraft website to the WordPress platform in order to make it more user friendly. This should go live over the next 24 hours if all goes well. You can also look forward to a few images of the Bolivia over the coming weeks. For now the image above is of a courtyard from one of the hostels I used.

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  1. Hi Robin

    Welcome back. Were you truly lightweight on this trip? I must assume that you left the D800 at home? I have now sold mine and will using an Oly EM1 (just purchased) as my travel camera, after I come back from Bhutan, where I will be using my D610 and trinity of F4 lenses on a walking holiday. All packed and ready to go.
    I look forward to hearing about your Bolivian trip and seeing some images; it is on my long list of places to visit.

    1. Hi Martin,

      Yes I was indeed lightweight on this trip. I was seldom below 4,000m altitude so being lightweight was essential. The D800 and a single wide angle lens weighs in at more than the EM5 + lenses. Good move on the EM1; it’s a wonderful camera.

      All the best
      Robin

  2. The new website is easier to navigate and much better looking.These changes really highlight your efforts and I appreciate the hard work you do to help us become better photographers.

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