Midnight Moon (2 pictures)

There is every now and then a moon hype around the globe. A few days ago it was something as Blood- or Blue Moon. Most pictures I saw were shot at sunset and indeed that affects the colour (yellowish sunset colours). In the Western Cape, South Africa it was merely cloudy during the evening so …


Some photographers hide themselves for hours in a bush to get a shot. Being at the right place at the right time saves a lot of time…. 😉

And the winner is: …

The winning picture in the South African Photo Competition ‘Motion’ was shot at the start of the MTB-race during the Napier Patatfees in June. Voted for by South African photographers. No need to mention the name of the photographer 😉

The Colors of Green

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 …


Only photographers should be allowed to shoot people.

Times Square

24 July between 8 and 9 PM Times Square NYC, Broadway/46Str. Two of my pictures  will lighten up The Big Apple. One is a stylised self-portrait and the other, a stylised landscape, is shot at Raka Winery in Stanford towards the N2 between Riviersonderend and Caledon. Selection made by a jury of known top photographers …

A ride with The River Rat

Our village is known for its bird population; a few hundred species nestling here. Most of them along the river. Three boat companies touring people around during sunrise and sunset. This morning I went with The River Rat. The others are The African Queen and Platana. But I did not photograph birds; just making a …

Imaginary: curtain 2

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

I’m out of here

Blerrie photographers!!!



Two pictures of a cloudfall. The first is natural and the second is a HDR-version. See the difference? I understand why quite a few photographers like to work with HDR but I’m not (yet?) a favorite of it. But you may think different!