I love food; ‘lekker’ food

The word ‘lekker’ (originates from Dutch) is the word South Africans of different walks of life use for everything they like; Lekker weather, Lekker sun bathing and, of course Lekker Food. Here some food pictures; all shot at local restaurants in my village. Eating Lekker food is a treat, not a challenge 😉 .  

Boundaries? What Boundaries???

South African SpaceLab Nguni1 with me and my imaginary twin about to enter the mysterious ‘Black Hole’. Boundaries??? Don’t think so. Weekend Greetings from Outerspace.

Boundaries (a kind of)

This Week’s Photo Challenge.

How mono is monochromatic?

This week’s photo challenge made me plunge into my archives.  

Yesterday was a good day

Today just started (9 AM in South Africa) but yesterday I had a very good day. I worked on two versions of one puzzle picture. In the near future you will see more of my puzzle pictures adventure. The ones I created yesterday I’m specially fond of. The original picture is made at the footpath …


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.

I am an early bird

This week’s photo challenge ‘Early Bird‘ fits me well. I am one of those.

Afloat in the Mist

This morning’s shoot at the Willem Appel Dam in Stanford, South Africa fits nicely in this Week’s Photo Challenge. Ducks afloat:

Day 5

Lisa I know you adore me (well my photography or at least a few of the pics.. 😉 ) but now you challenge me to publish during 5 consecutive days a B&W picture. You got me there and I take it for the sheer fun of it. Not all of my submissions will be B&W …


There are many ways to express yourself. There is this Dassie reflecting the sea in his eyes seemingly expressing his love for the place he lives. The flower of a weed showing it’s beauty and expressing the desire not to be weeded. There are so many ways to interpret this Weeks Photo Challenge ‘Express yourself’. Just imagine …