Caucus

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Street Photography 5: Early Morning Ritual

Living at the edge of the village has its advantages. Our street borders a stream (“Vlei” in Afrikaans) with an abundance of winged wildlife. Every morning I let the dog out and we are greeted by ducks, seagulls (the ocean is only a few kilometers in bird flight) and other birds I don’t know the …

From the Sea

All succulent plants, cacti included, are original underwater plants. It took a long, long time to evolve from plants immersed in water to plants that have to store water to survive. But they have still a significant resemblance with many plants that grow in the sea. For us the reason to dedicate a small area …

The cutting edge technology of a mirror

Just a look in a mirror with whetted and polished edge in a gradient. No photoshop tricks but I turned the original picture upside down for the effect.

Made in China: Transparancy in South Africa

Metamorphoto: After one wash….

The Arch

Die Kelders, between Stanford and Gansbaai in the Western Cape, South Africa is known for its caves. One of the caves has its own arch.

The Dunes

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On my way to the beach

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Street Photography 4: The Landing

Living at the edge of the village has its advantages. Our street borders a stream (“Vlei” in Afrikaans) with an abundance of winged wildlife. Every morning I let the dog out and we are greeted by ducks, seagulls (the ocean is only a few kilometers in bird flight) and other birds I don’t know the …

A natural effect

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The wind can be quite strong every now and than. The leafs of the cycads, although protected by a wall, start to wave fanatically. Shooting pictures with a low shutter speed and the leafs become more or less transparent. See for yourself.