Imaginary: curtain 2

The last years there is a trend amongst winemakers to blend wines. ‘Blending’ is seemingly a trend, also amongst photographers.

One Misty Morning 2

In primary school in Holland we learned that clouds were made above the sea. During many travels abroad we learned that this is not (always) the case. Thursday Morning August 1 I did my farm tour around the village and this is part 2 of the result. Sometimes I’m still in doubt wether I will …

Every Evening a Feast for the Eye

I’m privileged to live in a part of the world with amazing sunsets and sunrises. Can’t stop picturing them.

Heads of Medusae

The Euphorbia caput medusae originates from the fynbos area in the Western Cape, South Africa and is, according to scientists, most probably endemic to Table Mountain. The sap of this succulent plant is highly poisonous. The plant is also known as Heads of Medusae. It’s always a pleasure to photograph the flower heads.

Imaginary wood painting 3

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable. Nr. 3 (of 5):  Africa, oh Africa

Imaginary: Curtain

One Misty Morning 1

In primary school in Holland we learned that clouds were made above the sea. During many travels abroad we learned that this is not (always) the case. Thursday Morning August 1 I did my farm tour around the village and this is part 1 of the result. Sometimes I’m still in doubt wether I will …

Imaginary wood painting 2

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable. Second out of 5: “Karuna sees them flying”

Imaginary: Wall Flower

Imaginary wood painting 1

All images are perishable but “everything you can imagine is real” (Pablo Picasso). These imaginaries are real as my imagination is but both are perishable. This first imaginary wood painting -out of a serie of 5- is the entrance of the estate of Robert Stanford (after whom our village is named) as how it might …