Monochrome Monday #25

“I think that emotional content is an image’s most important element, regardless of the photographic technique. Much of the work I see these days lacks the emotional impact to draw a reaction from viewers, or remain in their hearts.” – Anne Geddes Welcome to a special edition of Monochrome Monday where the main focus of… [Read More]

A Week in the Bush: vol 54

As the days pass it’s becoming harder and harder to get out of bed. The winter chill has certainly set in. But once you get going early in the morning, just before the sun rises, you soon realise that it was worth waking up regardless of the cold. I personally prefer this time of the… [Read More]

Into the Wild: Courtney’s blog


part 2:  finding the perfect match Having a tracker on your vehicle is an absolute novelty; one that many lodges surprisingly no longer practice. But if you want a true “African experience” there really are few people in the world who can do that for you. In my honest experience, a good tracker is one… [Read More]

Monochrome Monday #24

“The context in which a photograph is seen affects the meaning the viewer draws from it.” – Stephen Shore In essence I believe this is just another way of saying that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and another reason why I enjoy monochrome images.  To me they portray more depth to the… [Read More]