A cathedral, seven churches and two chapels: 10 heritage prints of old Grahamstown

A cathedral, seven churches and two chapels: 10 heritage prints of old Grahamstown

There are 70 Heritage Sites in the central parts of old Grahamstown. Take a look at the map and you will see that the 10 religious ones featured here are mostly found between the Chapel of St Mary and all the Angels (on the Rhodes University campus) eastwards through the CBD and down to Sunnyside … Continue reading

The Eastern Cape Karoo in black and white

The Eastern Cape Karoo in black and white

I’ve had such positive responses from my recent blog post on the Karoo that it’s inspired me to put together these ten images. This time all of the pictures are different styles in black and white. They’re taken from Mt Zebra National Park, which is just outside Cradock, along the R61 to Ganora Guest Farm and … Continue reading

To the Sneeuberg and Eastern Cape Karoo: studies in brown and blue.

To the Sneeuberg and Eastern Cape Karoo: studies in brown and blue.

We are having a long drought in the Eastern Cape – it’s only early Spring and already hot after a very dry winter. On the drive up from Grahamstown to Mt Zebra National Park and the Sneeuberg there’s hardly any green vegetation to be seen. The landscape is dominated by browns and blues showing off … Continue reading

Hiking along Vistasvaggi in the Arctic Summer of 2006 – a photobook

Hiking along Vistasvaggi in the Arctic Summer of 2006 – a photobook

In August 2006 Andy and I had a memorable trip hiking and camping in the Swedish arctic. We flew to Kiruna and then got the bus to Nikkaluokta and hiked up and along Vistasvaggi. We had plenty of sunshine! I’ve made a photo-book of the trip that you can access with this link. Source: Arctic … Continue reading

King Proteas – four studies

King Proteas – four studies

There are some King Proteas blossoming on Mountain Drive at the moment. Though they are not as many as last year – when they seemed to go on flowering for a very long time. As Spring gets nearer the days are getting a little longer so there’s just a bit more time to photograph them. … Continue reading

1820 Settlers’ Sunset …

1820 Settlers’ Sunset …

Little did I know when I was finishing work on my exhibition for this year’s #NAF19 that I was previewing the name change debate of the 1820 Settlers’ National Monument. I’ve got a panorama, taken from the cuttings above the N2 bypass, that’s entitled 1820 Settlers’ Sunset. I’ve since been told that it looks apocalyptic. … Continue reading