Monthly Archives: December 2015

Sabrina Love 2015 – In the Pink – Day 2

I’ve gushed so much about this event that it is time to back off … let the images speak for themselves. All I can say is that it was a perfect day of trail running, mountain biking and kiddies’ triathlon at Kurland Polo Estate. Top event, top people, top organisers, and one of the most […]

Sabrina Love Ocean Challenge 2015 – Day 1

The annual Sabrina Love Ocean Challenge, sponsored by Discovery, once again enthralled locals and visitors to Plettenberg Bay. This premier Bitou town has firmly established itself as an unparalleled adventure centre along the Garden Route, with the multi-day Sabrina Love event further confirming its status as a tourism town for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. […]

Doing de Hoop

A family camping trip at De Hoop Nature Reserve is a fantastic way to start off the school holidays, that’s for sure. Local brews, good mates, free-range kids, sunset braais, mountain bikes, beach hikes … what’s not to like? The only downside of De Hoop is the fact that you are not allowed to partake […]

Humans of the Beautiful South

My sure-fire cure for the on-going deluge of bad news out there is an evening at one of the annual functions held by Bay Primary School, the little Model C school acrosss the park from where we live in Fish Hoek. This is where Beth and Robs have started their primary school careers, and where Grace will […]

Back to the Big Blue

As usual, the weather report got it complete wrong. Yup,#TwoOceansTurtles Tuesday dawned, but instead of bright and sunny, it damp-squibbed onto the horizon all foggy and blustery.For the 56x rehabilitated turtles waiting to be released, this proved no issue, but you can bet I wasn’t the only photographer lamenting the lack of decent light. These curious […]