Shot 12 June 2017 at 11:05AM between Bredasdorp and Napier in the Western Cape, South Africa. The influence of the sky colors is amazing and changes sometime with the second (more or less 😉 ). It’s wonderful to see that other photographers from the region are also discovering the surrounding landscapes. These are a true source of inspiration.
… by a multitude of things and happenings around me. Most of the pictures in my blog(s) are shot in and around the house, including the neighbourhood. Most of the rest somewhere else in the village or surrounds. The occasional exceptions are pictures I make (if time allows) on business trips to where ever. One could indeed say that I am more or less a domestic photographer who gets his inspiration from his garden, the nearby landscapes and his village including the people living there.
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 3 of the result. Sometimes I’m still in doubt wether I will process a picture in B&W or in color. In those cases I will publish both. Same applies for processing in color so there is one ‘chapter’ in the serie with two full color images of the same landscape. Maybe some of you have an opinion?
At last but not at least I have to thank all those farmers and their staff who let me intrude in their work and life. It’s a homage to all those fine people who are shaping the landscape that inspires me endlessy. Thank you guys!