Big open roads and starry night skies – that’s what I’ve been dreaming of for a while now. We were in central and northern Namibia in 2015 and it wasn’t … Continue reading Road tripping around Southern Namibia
I woke early this morning in search of some farm action. I was hoping for a frosty morning; blades of grass brittle and white, pockets of mist bellowing from the … Continue reading Farm Documentary; Dust, cows, hooves and blood sucking ticks!
If you think sailing ships are a thing of the past, a romantic chapter in our history when the likes of Portuguese explorers set off into the horizon on sailing … Continue reading Belo sur mer; the beginnings of Malagasy Schooners
It’s been a year almost since we were in Belo sur mer,winding down in a beautiful setting after a week of solid road tripping. Belo-sur-mer reminded me a lot of … Continue reading Belo sur mer; where the sail ships come home
The trouble with a road trip is that it’s a taster or an overview of an area. I like to stop at some point, if possible. Hang around a bit, … Continue reading Madagascar: Lagoon life at Belo-sur-mer
It seems everything is on fire. The autumn leaves are alight with colour, a golden dust cloud hovers above the farm roads and the farmers are burning fire breaks in … Continue reading Farm Documentary: Fire and Smoke
I woke up early this morning to capture ‘Green Mealies’ (maize) being harvested and loaded onto trucks, bound for the Durban market! Green mielies are a firm favourite for South … Continue reading Farm photography: Flying green mealies!
Simplicity. This is what I’m chasing these days when it comes to going somewhere. I want space, nature and a kettle for my coffee! A place to light a fire, … Continue reading This is Injisuthi…
This was a great big step in the right direction. For the last 2 years, since moving back to South Africa, I’ve taken the leap from Hobby/Blog photographer to Professional. … Continue reading Doing what I love to do, in Zambia!