Magic Hour in Tanzania – Africa

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They say there are two hours of the day that are “magic” for photographers. These include the very first hour of daylight, as the sun rises, and the very last. While I agree the last hour has its merits, the first hour is actually one where I usually feel at my least “magical”. In the words of Frank Sinatra, “I feel sorry for people who don’t drink, because when they wake up in the morning, that’s the best they gona feel for the rest of the day”.  

The following series is a collection of my favourite landscapes taken during our drive from Dar es Salaam to Speke Bay and back to Zanzibar. In conclusion, the magic hour for Tanzania is actually 7 (thats 5!+2) hours long and pretty dorm friendly, between 10:46am and 6:15pm.

I do like this place.

10 46

10:46 AM

11 02

11:02 AM

11 46

11:46 AM

12:14 PM

12:14 PM

1:06 PM

1:06 PM

1:53 PM

1:53 PM

2:02 PM

2:02 PM

2:11 PM

2:11 PM

5:42 PM

5:42 PM

6:15 PM

6:15 PM

6:42 PM

6:42 PM

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One thought on “Magic Hour in Tanzania – Africa

  1. great photos. i love the light!

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