A huge amount of it is tim­ing and I’ve been caught out in the past:

Robb Report Singapore - - Robb Reader - By RENYI LIM

per­fect light, the ideal com­po­si­tion and then end­ing up fum­bling around with low bat­ter­ies or the wrong lenses. You’ve al­ways got to have your cam­era ready – which for an iPhone is pretty easy, but it’s harder with my Le­ica SL, so I make sure it’s on my hip as much as pos­si­ble when I’m on ex­pe­di­tion. But I’ve also been re­ally lucky. One of my favourite pho­tos that I’ve taken while trav­el­ling is of a Mun­dari cat­tle camp in south Su­dan. The sun broke through the dense cloud cover at just the right time and sent heav­enly shafts of light down onto the lit­tle set­tle­ment. copies by Rud­yard Ki­pling as well as an early edi­tion of Lawrence’s

I’ve also col­lected an­tiques from around the world, in­clud­ing a Be­douin broadsword from the Bat­tle of Om­dur­man, a Me­ga­lodon tooth from the Darien Gap and a sil­ver dag­ger from the wilds of Dages­tan.

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