The night in between:
… is nearby the Southernmost rock of the African Continent at Cape Agulhas.
I’ve just updated my ‘Gallery’ page with three YouTubes; each presenting a part of my photography. See for yourself (link opens in new window).
As an extra herewith a YouTube with a selection of pictures I made during the Napier Patat Fees (Napier Sweet Potato Festival) a few weeks ago. Enjoy.
It was windy and very quiet in Struibaai (South Africa) a few mornings ago.
“They rode through the quiet streets. The rain had stopped and an early morning mist fell around them under the streetlights. Victor remembered that his ancestors had believed this was a magical time when the gods walked the earth, Götterdämmerung, a time when men slept and divine creatures laid plans that ensnared or released them. He was not such a creature, no; he had to walk step by step on the hard earth beneath his feet and watch tragedies unfold, without shaping them. It was a disappointment to him.” ― J.J. Brown,