Month: October 2017

Weekend special

Ahead of schedule, here is the weekend post – another half-dozen images of young Thomas Tjasink. Family pics, to be sure – but I was trying, also, to show there is something both monumental, and tender, about being a parent, and about being an infant – a moment that is both infinite, and open-ended, yet concrete and immediate. Advertisements

Thomas and Gareth

One image at a time, until I have my photographic blog up and running…. Here is one of young Thomas Tjasink and his dad, Gareth

Thomas, flying

I have a bazillion Thomas images of course, but this one, you might say, is a little more ‘off the wall’ than usual. You might not like it, but I do. I will post more – and more ‘normal’ – photos in due course.  

Zeitz-MOCAA Cape Town

The new Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa – Zeitz-MOCAA – is an instant architural landmark, both global and local, and an extraordinary addition to Cape Town’s cultural scene and to the V&A Waterfront. Rob and I were lucky enough to get in on the opening weekend (there were 1 ½ hour line-ups, but we bought memberships, and skipped the queue) but the place was way too crowded to enjoy the artworks, and in any case the architecture itself was a thing of wonder. So we wandered around, gazing up into the cathedral-like concrete flutes that rose towards the skylights, […]