I wrote in a previous post about fulfilling a long-standing wish of my mother’s, to visit the little fishing village
Here is one final image from our family get-together in Clarens in the Free State – a landscape.
I was out in the evening, and up early in the morning, as I observed in my last post, chasing
With the Natal Midlands behind us, we headed west, toward the northern Drakensberg, for the final three nights of our
The Midlands Meander in KwaZulu Natal – well, meanders, criss-crossing the N3 that links Johannesburg to Durban, offering the traveller
Two sets of gates on Beverley Farm, in the Dargle Valley; two interpretations. The one gothic, the other more bucolic.
We left Johannesburg on the last Saturday in July, around ten o’clock, for a much-needed break – five nights in
There are two new dads in our immediate family – my two sons-in-law, Shaun and Gareth. Fathers Day this year
When you come to a fork in the road, take it, said Yogi Berra – and if that isn’t a
The eye picks up patterns everywhere; pattern, lines, composition are the basic elements of a halfway decent photograph, along with
For fifteen years, maybe longer, our friend Chris has been the organizer and convenor of an annual pumpkin carving. For
Three black and white images of the morning fog on Seneca Lake in upstate New York. These might be my