I did an African safari in May and due to work, I've finally finished going the photos and editing them. Here are a few of the ones that I liked. I'd say that 99% of my shots were taken with my A7 and 24-240, very few with my 55. Ultimately I enjoyed the flexibility of the 24-240, a few time I wanted something longer but overall it was a great lens for a safari. We started in Namibia and travelled from the capital Windhoek to Etosha National Park. Then travelled across the Caprivi Strip to the Okavango Delta and Chobe Parks in Botswana. Then to Livingstone in Zambia to see Victoria Falls. A big male elephant, the elephants in Etosha lack some vitamins and due to this their tusks are weaker. They also use their tusks to dig up roots for food and since they are weaker they break the one on their dominant side (this one is left handed). Kori Bustard, worlds heaviest flying bird. Etosha waterhole at night, testing the limits of my camera. Maximum ISO, manual focus because autofocus wasn't catching anything. Really wanted a A7S for the low light. Black Rhinos, the only place in the world where there are still wild black rhinos. Wildebeest The main salt pan, it might have salt water during a really rainy year. Lions hiding in the left side of the shadow. Lioness hunting, wasn't successful. I'll put a couple of posts into this thread.