Tag Archives: Clanwilliam

Lifestyle Children’s Shoot {Jessica}

The soul is healed by being with children.   This was a creative session where nothing was planned, and I captured Jessica just being herself. I also wanted to use my Lensbaby lense for a change, especially while photographing a child, because with these lenses it’s total manual focusing and you never know what you’ll…

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Recharging in the Cederberg

This weekend we went to the Cederberg. As we were on our way and David and I saw the first majestic Cederberg mountains around Ceres we said almost simultaneously “these mountains will always be home”. We both come from farms in the Cederberg and grew up playing in the rivers, hiking all over the place (always…

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Starry, Starry Night | Project 52 | Week 47

Listening to the song ‘Starry, Starry Night’ by Don McLean about the artist Vincent van Gogh while writing this post. There are only 5 weeks left of this year, meaning only 5 photos left in my project 52.  Never did I think I would see this project through….  But against a lot of odds, I…

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Lifestyle Children’s Shoot {Handre the Farmer}

One morning I drove to Kafkraal in Clanwilliam to visit this little boy on their family’s farm. I wanted to capture Handre just the way he is, a true farm boy exploring their farm and playing around the yard. We picked oranges and lemons, he showed me how to clean a corn cob, and all…

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Organised Nature | Project 52 | Week 28

For week 28 in my project 52, I tried something totally different… Whenever I see photos like this, I think of my friend Judith (a very talented photographer) because she loves photos like this, and I actually asked her for some inspiration and she suggested something organised… So then I thought… “what can be organised…

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