Given the backlog of stuff I’ve got at the moment I figured a Wednesday posting might be in order, even if it’s not a “weird Wednesday” type subject or treatment. Waterlillies are a common sight on the channels and lagoons of the Okavango Delta. The choice of such a long lens may seem a bit odd for a botanical subject such as this, however in this instance it worked out well. I was in a small boat as we meandered along the channels near Kwetsani camp when I observed this flower reflected in the still waters.
Canon 5D with 500mm lens and 1.4 tele extender at F5.6, shutter speed 1/1250 second at ISO 200.