A ride with The River Rat

Our village is known for its bird population; a few hundred species nestling here. Most of them along the river. Three boat companies touring people around during sunrise and sunset. This morning I went with The River Rat. The others are The African Queen and Platana.

But I did not photograph birds; just making a few shots of the water plus of the village from down under. Photographing from the water provides photographers with a different perspective…

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Author: Herman van Bon Photography

" I like to explore the possibilities and limits of digital art, I just let it flow to see where it can go, sometimes the end result appears quickly, sometimes the creative process takes months and other times  the creation dies in its own beauty". 

5 thoughts on “A ride with The River Rat”

  1. You are welcome Herman. I search the world over for fantastic things to put on the Word Press sites I created…and your photos are consistently great.

    How long have you been into photography?
    Do you have any other sites?

    Other sites you might like are:






    1. The only other blog I have (with my wife Yvonne) is stanfordsa.wordpress.com and is merely a visualized impression of our life in one of the most wonderful villages in South Africa.
      In the About page of elementaryposters.com you can read more about my background in photography.

      Another blog I recently started up is My Choice (thisiswhatIlikeverymuch.wordpress.com) in which I just share pictures of others that tells me a story. More or less similar to your blog ….

      Herman 😉


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