One of the best decisions we made on our trip to Spain was to head off the main road from Sevilla to Ronda, and take a detour through the Parque … Continue reading In the Parque Natural de la Sierra de Grazalema
Here is one final image from our family get-together in Clarens in the Free State – a landscape.
Here are a few images of the stretch of the Maluti mountains, outside Clarens in the Free State, known as ‘Golden Gate’ for its imposing cliffs and rock formations, … Continue reading Golden Gate, Free State
The Midlands Meander in KwaZulu Natal – well, meanders, criss-crossing the N3 that links Johannesburg to Durban, offering the traveller a network of scenic routes that winds through hills and … Continue reading Midlands Meander
Two sets of gates on Beverley Farm, in the Dargle Valley; two interpretations. The one gothic, the other more bucolic. The landscape shows the Karkloof, where we spent a lovely … Continue reading The Natal Midlands: Two Gates and a Landscape
I had had my misgivings, as readers of this blog will know, about the weather expected across South Africa on Mothers Day, last Sunday. But, contrary to expectation, the Cape … Continue reading The Cape, Mothers Day
I was wandering around, as you know, last Saturday, with my camera around my neck, at the Nirox Winter Sculpture Exhibition in the Magaliesberg. The spirits were warm, though the … Continue reading Thorns, Nirox Winter Sculpture Exhibition
You might want to mosey over some time and take a look at three new portfolios I’ve created on Adobe Portfolio – Namibia in black-and-white, with a portfolio each on … Continue reading New Portfolios