Karoo Light: Sunsets, Storms and Night Skies

Karoo Light: Sunsets, Storms and Night Skies

Two or three times a year we make the journey west from Grahamstown and into the Karoo – often staying somewhere around Compassberg which at 2504 metres is the highest peak in the Sneeuberg and Karoo. Kate has been working in the area for many years and I’ve gone along too. Sometimes that’s involved some … Continue reading

Metamorphosis Exhibition – #NAF18 – Catalogue and Galleries

Metamorphosis Exhibition – #NAF18 – Catalogue and Galleries

The catalogue and picture galleries for my #NAF18 exhibition ‘Metamorphosis’ are now online. They’re in my new store and website: https://roddythefox.co.za/ You’re most welcome to visit and see what’s going to be on offer! I’ve also uploading some Iceland landscapes to showcase the types of image galleries that will be appearing there in the next … Continue reading

Into the Dream Forest at #NAF18

Into the Dream Forest at #NAF18

Forests are hard to photograph. They’ve got all the light and shade, shapes and textures you could want – but trying to get that in a picture and capture the feel of a forest is another story. On Christmas Day last year I took a very wet and slippery walk to Hogsback’s Big Tree. On the way … Continue reading

Wine under the Stars: Photo Essay of the Stoep Wine Tasting Weekend, Graaff-Reinet

Wine under the Stars: Photo Essay of the Stoep Wine Tasting Weekend, Graaff-Reinet

Our second experience of the Karoo Wine Club’s excellent tasting weekend in Graaff-Reinet didn’t disappoint. We went last Friday to find some wines cheap enough for the opening of my fringe exhibition ‘Metamorphosis’ at #NAF18. For the price of a R250 ticket you get to sample wine from some 30 different estates: there’s craft beer, … Continue reading

The Fountain Court, 1820 Settlers National Monument, a Photo Essay before #NAF18 takes over

The Fountain Court, 1820 Settlers National Monument, a Photo Essay before #NAF18 takes over

As #NAF18 draws closer the 1820 Settlers National Monument gets busier and busier. So I took a chance yesterday that there would still be some peace to make a photo essay of my favourite part of the building – the Fountain Court. It’s quite a challenge being a central atrium that’s several stories deep. There’s … Continue reading