PHOTO STORY - FLOWER SEASON
While South Africa struggles to handle the ongoing challenges of Covid-19, the Western Cape is painted with colour. A carpet of flowers transforms the landscape. This natural phenomenon is breathtaking to behold. As thousands of South Africans flock to see the magnitude of flowers, I find myself focusing on the smaller things. You can see more of my images from the flower season here.
NEW ART IN THE SHOP!
See what's new in the art shop! Working together with my childhood friend and artist; Ali Sadiq, I wanted to create a portfolio of artwork that evolves and adapts my wildlife photography. Combining the wild moments that I have captured throughout my photographic career, with the personal creativity of our fine art styles. We wanted to build an art-based page that not only inspires but also brings my images to life in a whole new way. We hope that you enjoy our work! All the artwork displayed in the ART page is for sale.
"While cheetahs are big cats, they don’t have the same fearsome reputation as a brutal lion or stealthy leopard. Perhaps it’s due to the cheetah’s inability to roar. Instead, they chirrup, cheep, meow, and purr. This bubbling over of sweet sounds is a result of the fixed structure of the bones in their voice box, which limits the range of noises they produce." - Beautiful News
You can find out more about these incredible felines in the Beautiful News video based on my Cheetah images!
BIRD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
Firstly I would just like to say congratulation to everyone awarded in this year's Bird Photography of the Year competition. This competition continues to be a source of so much inspiration, and awe-inspiring photography. While I didn't get an award this year, I am thrilled to have two commended images selected by the judges. With over 15000 images submitted by the worlds very best bird photographers, it is an absolute honour to be included in this list of finalists.