Sean and I normally don’t have a hot breakfast, in fact on more than one occasion we’ve had cereal for two meals of the day, simply because we like it so much… We wanted to make something more special of it, so bacon and eggs it was!!! Maybe we should[…]

There was nothing like breakfast on the deck of our beautiful Thesen Island temporary home. The sun warmed the apartment as large dew drops formed on the balcony railing. Not a cloud in sight. We took a drive down to Kranshoek to see the view and walk one of the[…]

Our stay in the small town of Boknesstrand was just a stop over. We were back on the road early the following morning, eager to get to our next destination, Knysna, but not before making a quick stop at the beach. This was especially refreshing after the marathon drive the[…]

After only a  couple of hours of sleep we got up early to hit the road towards the small town of Boknesstrand (outside of Port Alfred), traveling south on the N2 past Port Shepston. I took a snooze in the back of the car and woke up a few km[…]

Whenever we get the chance, we visit Sean’s family in Durban and Scottburgh. The weather is always warm and the humidity is strangely and ironically refreshing compared to Gauteng’s dry heat and cold winters. We have a travel schedule to keep, so we could only spend a few days in[…]

We arrived in Nelspruit in the early evening after our Witklip dam cycle on Thursday and it wasn’t long before Sean and Stefan headed over to Benjamin Craig, the awesome builder of Craig amps, to go test out some guitar effects pedals and drool over his amazing custom sounds. Sean[…]

For our last day in Sabie, we decided to explore a few waterfalls in the area and to take our time heading down to Nelspruit for the weekend. Macmac falls are beautiful, but in order to get a nice picture, I had to clamber up the enormous green fence surrounding[…]

We were up and on the road before the sun was up. The plan was to be at God’s Window early and to capture the view during the golden hour of sunrise. Apparently that’s how landscape photographers create the magic, so we figured we’d give it our best shot. After[…]

When you’re a full-time photographer, you don’t get to enjoy the benefits of “free time”, “off days” or “weekends”… Your clients’ off days are your work days and when you’ve got a moment to spare, you try to catch up on editing, marketing or general PR. It gets pretty hectic[…]