posts tagged ‘coast’

structures

structures

by posted on May 28th, 2011 in photo-art, photography

structures- man made or  natural, a network of relationships, a configuration of items, or a collection of inter-related components.

landscape

landscape

by posted on May 17th, 2011 in photo-art, photography

the ever changing light and the beauty in the landscape of the western cape is an endless source of inspiration to artists of many kinds; poets painters, photographers, writers.

Marijke and Ronald’s 10th anniversary

Marijke and Ronald’s 10th anniversary

by posted on May 5th, 2011 in blog, photography

Marijke and Ronald celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary in style at the casa labia cafe-restaurant in Muizenberg,situated along the beautiful coastline of False Bay. A fabulous backdrop for anniversary potraits of a lovely couple!

claire and mike’s wedding

claire and mike’s wedding

by posted on November 29th, 2010 in seascapes, weddings

claire and mike came to the cape to celebrate their wedding in the magnificent, understated luxury of the tintswalo atlantic lodge below the cliffs of chapmans peak,situated on the beach near the fishing village of hout bay. due to their professional work commitments, claire was based in usa and mike in the uk, so a […]

jodie and rob’s family shoot

jodie and rob’s family shoot

by posted on November 3rd, 2010 in blog, children, families, photography, portrait

i first met rob, jodie and their families in noordhoek in 2002 when i shot their wedding (on film still!)

rainstorm across kalk bay harbour

rainstorm across kalk bay harbour

by posted on October 6th, 2010 in blog, landscapes, nature, photography, seascapes

the little harbour down at kalk bay is one of my favorite places

green point lighthouse    lat.  33° 54’ 04”S.  long.18° 24’ 02”

green point lighthouse lat. 33° 54’ 04”S. long.18° 24’ 02”

by posted on July 20th, 2010 in blog, landscapes, lighthouses, nature, photography, seascapes

Often, and incorrectly, called the Mouille Point lighthouse, Green Point is the oldest operational lighthouse in South Africa. Built by Herman Schutte, a German immigrant, it was first lit on the 12th April 1824. The tower itself is still in use in its original form but the original lights, two fixed white lights, have been […]