Category Archives: Travel
Cape Point Nature Reserve
Take a drive on a sunny day through the historical town of Simon’s Town, and you get to the most unspoiled piece of nature in the whole Cape Peninsula, the Cape Point Nature Reserve. Here you can almost spend a full day driving around the reserve, and not get to all the points of interest. From visiting the popular light house, to hiking down daunting cliffs to untouched beaches. Stay a while longer and wait for the sun to set. You will not be disappointed, as this is the probably the most inspiring piece of landscape on the African coastline.
Bastille Day Franschhoek 2011
The yearly French Huguenot heritage festival in honor of Bastille Day tradition held at the famous Western Cape tourist export village, Franschhoek.
Joined by fellow photographer, Stephanie, this was my first visit to the festival which consists mainly of beautiful woman, good food, live music and copious amounts of alcohol consumption. I will definitely be there next year!
Cape Town Waterfront – May 2011
Phone up your best friend, get your camera and head on down to the Waterfront for endless photo opportunities. Grab a local Ale at Ferrymans pub and treat yourself to some awesome seafood. The Cape Town V&A Waterfront has always been a favourite amongst Capetonians for it spectacular views, great entertainment or just to go blend in as a tourist. This surely is one place no one looks at you strangely when there’s a huge camera hanging from your neck.
When have you last been there?
Kalk Bay Locals – April 2011
While out on a typical Sunday mission to the picturesque town of Kalk Bay, these locals spotted me and my camera and just had to get some shots of themselves!
Hope you guys find it here!