Tag Archives: B&W
Here’s an image taken at Llandudno beach. I’ve processed it into black and white, and I think it gives the scene an aged and dreamy feel.
Tankwa Karoo National Park is an amazing place. Our chalet overlooked not much really, just lots and lots of nothingness filled with low scrubby bushes. The image above was shot with a telephoto into the light. Being an environment with … Continue reading
Remember that the Languedoc region is famous not just for cassoulet, but also the Cathars, so religion and Christianity are a big deal out this way even … Continue reading
This is taken from inside the harbour basin, looking back at the tower at the end of the breakwater. It’s in black and white and copped square. … Continue reading
As our boat cruise rounded the corner into Cape Town harbour, the sun was neatly position behind the watchtower at the end of the breakwater. Shown here in black and white.
This is part of the breakwater protecting the inner basin of Cape Town harbour. Again, shown here in black and white
##Well, the book I self-published with the images from our Israel trip arrived, and we’re really happy with the results. So, now it’s time to dig into my archives and pull out some other images that I’ve not seen … Continue reading
We’ve not used AirBnB before, and if our experience in Jerusalem is their standard offering, we’ll definitely be using them again. Wow! is all we can say. Really topnotch stuff from start to finish. It also helps that we picked … Continue reading
Having the privilege of something really special often means there’s a sacrifice to be made somewhere else. Living in South Africa, and Cape Town specifically, and traveling to, well, pretty much anywhere overseas is somewhat of a mission. Very few direct … Continue reading