After all this is the Rainbow Nation

For the third time the Viva Art Foundation organised an Art Event in Stanford.  Friday 9 October local artists and people living in the Kannemeyer Street in Stanford South brought some colour to the houses. One day before there was already a kind of teaser in the Compacta Street. Two local artists and 3 residents were painting two …

The Blue Full Moon Dance in Stanford, South Africa

Our Garden

“The most unusual gardeners of Stanford, South Africa just started to sell their garden spin off” – FB-page ‘Stanford Notice Board’

Sea Mist ….

…. moving into the Klein Rivier Lagoon between Stanford and Hermanus in the Western Cape, South Africa. 2 Pictures.


This sunbird first looks to the left and than to the right before ‘going on air’; exactly the way I learned to look before crossing a road many, many years ago. (BTW: My day yesterday: Client ‘complaining’ he’s getting too many customers via Social Media….  AND an enquiry for a photo print from a client in New York, …

My work in a gallery

Tomorrow some of my photographs are ‘on show’ in a groups exhibition at The Stanford Harvest in our village. All local artists. Thought it was time to share my work with people from the region. Snapshot of my work before adjustment of the spotlights. The images are all part of a series of, what I call, …

Off-Season in Stanford, South Africa

It’s Winter in South Africa. So my off-season picture gallery (38 pictures!!!) contains mainly Summer pictures of our village (including surrounding area) plus one of a dormant insect between the blindings of my studio which I shot this morning.  

The amazing sunrise views in my street

Sunrise as pictured from De Bruyn Street; the street with the most wonderful sunrise views in Stanford, South Africa.

Hermanus Blues

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

Lophocereus scottii monstrose

In Monochrome. It’s a spineless cactus native to Northern Mexico and Texas but also feeling at home in our garden in Stanford, South Africa.