It’s hard to take a photograph that does it justice. This is one of my favourite views in the world, looking toward Hout Bay from Chapman’s Peak Drive. You stand there with the wind plucking at your clothes, enveloped by the smell of fynbos mixed ...

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  1. The photo and the experience are different
  2. Street photography. More than snapping people
  3. Tiny details that matter
  4. Photographer exploring the world
  5. The street as a stage for photography
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The photo and the experience are different


It’s hard to take a photograph that does it justice.

This is one of my favourite views in...

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Street photography. More than snapping people

Strangers united
This lady stepped forward, curious, and at that moment I noticed that she was...

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Tiny details that matter


On the Burg in Brugge looking toward the Tompouce, terrace filled with people enjoying the...

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Photographer exploring the world

Raindrops colour abstract
Raindrops travelling down the window in little rivulets have always...

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The street as a stage for photography

Stepping out on stage
I’ve often thought of the street as a stage. It’s a place where life...

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