So, Canon have released a 30 day photo challenge for the month of September designed to inspire and challenge photographers of any level. Now I’m definitely not a pro, but I have always loved appreciating the world around me by capturing moments in a quick snap. … More 30 day LEAP
Finally, it’s time. Saving the best until last, good food, great fun and tick number 2/7 on the natural wonders of the world list. Also, an exciting time for the country as I visited just after Mugabe fell from power, a sense of relief and optimism held the atmosphere. Zimbabwe, first impressions were great. A … More Zimbabwe
After a short flight from Johannesburg, we arrived at the tiny airport in Blantyre, the second largest city in Malawi on New Year’s Eve. What an experience. After making our way to the hotel, we were told about a street party that was happening in the CBD to bring in the new year. Luckily it … More Malawi
In 2012/13 I went to France for 7 months for a student exchange program. I was lucky enough to see so many exciting things. this is just a taste, let me know if you want to see more or you would like me to post longer descriptions of the pictures, as each one has its own story.
The idea is for this series to be imperfect and unedited capturing a taste of the raw sites and scenery
… More Une Petite Histoire de France – en photo
Oh, Botswana! your nationalism impresses me, nowhere else would you paint everything from your houses to your garbage bins the colours of your flag. We cruised from South Africa past our first land border crossing and into the Kalahari desert. The interesting thing about the Kalahari is that there is lush vegetation everywhere growing in the … More Botswana
How to grow your own food in an Urban setting, and how important learning about urban agriculture is. … More No Garden, Garden. Importance of Urban Agriculture