Walking in Surrey always reminds me of the book The Secret Garden. This path is along Ranmore and there’s a great bench to sit and take in the view just around the bend. The chimneys are kinda cool too.
In short go see it, the people are lovely and friendly, the food could be better, the weather couldn’t and definitely go see the Ourika valley and the Atlas mountains while you’re there. If you do go ask me where to stay, we had the best host..
Who doesn’t love a train trip.. really, except maybe rush hour on the tube, this train stopped on the tracks thankfully not for too long but in the perfect spot for a picture.
I shot this a few years before the World Cup came to South Africa, and now a few years later I came across it and am reminded just how much fun the tournament was.
I’ve been shooting coins for the South African Mint recently, it’s amazing to see the intricacy and detail of some of the designs, the leopard coin is really stunning when you see it zoomed in at full res. These are part of the Natura series, have a look at the South African Mint’s website for more: www.legacylive.co.za
I was in Paris just after the Charlie Hebdo attack, still managed to see a whole lot of beautiful art, van Gogh’s self portrait is so much more vibrant in person. It does feel like half of Egypt is in the Louvre though, got me wondering what is in the Egyptian museums. Also took the chance to see the march, to see what 1,5 million people looks like… and then proceeded to get stuck in it and become part of it which was an interesting experience, bar the moments when it felt like being crushed a bit. Considering most marches …
Cape Town to see the family and friends.. always good fun and good food! And saw my first whale, for someone who has always quite liked fish(yes, i know that a whale is a mammal), weird that i hadn’t seen one yet. Now i’ve seen a whale’s tail and managed to snap a pic!