Several people yesterday left comments that they hoped my crocodile photos were taken with a telephoto lens. They were not. I took this photo from a distance of about 6 or 7 feet, a little more than 2 meters. I was in the safety of a boat.
You can tell from the angle of the photograph that I was shooting down on the crocodile at close range, as I could not get this angle if I were far away from the crocodile.
Once I was taking a photo of a crocodile on a river bank at such close range that when he scampered into the river he splattered me with mud.
Because of the comments I had yesterday, I will change my post for tomorrow and show the type of boat used for the wildlife trips for photographs such as these.
We are showing photos of architectural details of Budapest, Hungary, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site this week.