First concept I made (on Dutch account) for posters of a MTB-rental business (MTB = Mountain Bike).


This Week’s Photo Challenge is Intricate And that on it’s own is intriguing. I’m not going to explain the ‘what-why-how-etc.’ of ‘intricate‘ of every picture. The images in this gallery should speak for themselves.

In the garden

Three pictures of an Aloe flower, and Ariocarpus in flower and a cactus with a few edible berries.


Life size. European customer. Made this picture last year during a hike in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Just stumbled upon two cheetahs sunbathing (it was a very hot day and wildlife is very inactive during the heat of the day). I prefer picturing wildlife in the wild and preferable without telelens. It takes patience …

Fockea edulis; Caudex and Roots

Fockea is a genus of succulent plants (caudiciform) native to Southern Africa, known collectively as water roots, a reference to their characteristic bulbous caudex. The specie edulis is one of the two species that are native (endemic) to South Africa. Pot shot in our garden.

Hermanus under Siege

(Hermanus is a small sea-side town near Stanford in the Western Cape, South Africa)

Arum Lily

Interpretation of:


Motion frozen in time

Motion? Virtually every photograph is a record of motion if you come to think of it. Motion frozen in time. “Of all the means of expression, photography is the only one that fixes a precise moment in time.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson

Wax Flower (Hoya)