A few years ago, we spent a few unforgettable days in Tankwa National Park. If you’re wondering where this is, it’s literally in the middle of nowhere. Click here if you’re wondering.
More specifically, it’s set between some ranges of hills (they’re not really mountains) and the nearest town of any import is 80-100k away. There’s no electricity other than from a generator, no cellphone reception, no light pollution at night, no noise. In fact, little of anything other than peace and quiet. Winter often sees snow, and it’s a a stone’s throw from Sutherland, considered the coldest place in South Africa. It was toasty and warm when we went in late autumn though.
- Aperture: ƒ/8 Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III Focal length: 17mm ISO: 100 Shutter speed: 1/20s