A sneak peek of Tara and Alan’s wonderful (windy!) wedding at Suikerbossie in Hout Bay. Not many brides can say they’ve been on a hike on their big day! You were both such good sports, I think the wind even adds a special element :-)
Last week I was lucky enough to go on a helicopter tour of the Cape Peninsula for an upcoming article in GO. My favourite shot from the flight (apart from a blurry one of my house in Claremont) was this vlei somewhere near Noordhoek.
I’ve recently returned from southern Namibia where I was fascinated by these old Fords and Chevys that have been left in the desert to rot. I’ve been looking at too many Obie Oberholzer photos of late so I decided to try my hand at a bit of light painting. Jess says it looks like a Hungry Hippo.
Every now and then I’ll try to put up a good photo from my archive. This was taken in June 2008, on a perfect morning in False Bay. I was out with Chris Fallows, tracking the famous flying sharks around Seal Island when this toothy character burst out of the water in pursuit of a seal snack.
I’ve just returned from my latest assignment for GO magazine, which saw me fly to Maun, rent a car and check out the camping options in and around the panhandle of the Okavango Delta. No five-star stuff, just great, affordable lodges, the clearest river water I’ve ever seen and plenty of hippos nurking at night. Here are a few photographs. The story should be published in the September issue of the magazine.