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 →

Grahamstown’s Cathedral of St Michael and St George: three different takes

Here's something a little different - three different takes of Grahamstown's iconic Cathedral of St Michael and St George. The first is in the antique sepia style I've been using for the Grahamstown heritage series. The second is the full colour by moonlight shot and the third is a multiple exposure fantasy. They are all... Continue Reading →

Oldenburgia – Winner of the WESSA Natural Heritage Photo Competition 2018

Last Wednesday we were waiting to collect our luggage at Port Elizabeth airport when I got the news on social media that I'd won First Prize (Professional Category) in the WESSA Natural Heritage Photo Competition 2018. I was a bit stunned. That's partly because we'd been travelling  home from Sweden for 27 hours but also... Continue Reading →

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