Oceans of Space – When one thinks of Namibia I am sure the first image that springs to mind is of the famous trees of Deadvlei and the wildlife of the great northern Etosha regions. My visits to these places have been special in every respect, and I would encourage anyone who enjoys the openness of the coastline of South Africa to visit this ocean of space and light at least once in their lives.
Places , People and Passion . A wide angle photograph of a summer sunset at the secluded rocks know only as “the crack” , Jaap se Baai , Brenton on Sea near Knysna by photographer Andrew Aveley. Read on at some interesting personal comments …..
I am extremely excited this year to again being given the opportunity to share my passion at the Canon Expo 2013. I was given the brief that my presentation should “Inspire” others. I have spent some time on searching my library for the image that are personal and have inspired me to be a photographer………….
I was recently introduced to a very inspiring young photographer, Ernest Porter a fellow CANON nut . A mere 22 years young he has a passion for birds and specifically those that are found in the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens in South Africa……
A place that I have become very fond of is the Chobe river in the north of Botswana and the Zambezi region (Caprivi Strip) of Namibia . It was the perfect choice for a personal project a few months back. I am very proud of this article and recent feature in the Summer issue of the Sea Rescue Magazine
South African Copyright Not many people are currently aware of a call by the Department of Trade and Industry have called for participation to bring the South African Copyright laws to bring them into line with international standards. Please read this and share the link inside