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100 day Trip update: Day 1-4 Summarized

  • April 18, 2016

We (myself & Susan-my car) left Port Elizabeth very emotional, with tears of joy, happiness and absolute appreciation for the support I have received over the last 6months in making this dream adventure happen.   A mentor and friend of mine told me I should drive slowly. Take it all in, one kilometer at a time. I listened, and decided 90km/h will be the maximum speed I will travel at for the entire trip. Best advice ever. I’m doing some hard thinking, asking questions, experiencing creation and the majesty behind it. And only now I’m starting to realize what I’m taking on over...

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It’s not always what it seems…

  • April 18, 2016

There are two ways of looking at things, photographically and by using all of your senses. Over the years, I have realized that people tend to tell you about beautiful places, but in fact, their experience of that particular place made it beautiful. I’ll give you an example: South Africa has beautiful passes through mountains, with dramatic rock formations, but I challenge you to photograph it and look at the images afterwards, while thinking “Wow!! What an incredible picture!” You probably won’t say or think that. At that moment however, you thought, “Wow!! This is incredible.” Yes,...

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Hello World!!!

  • April 5, 2016

This is my first blog post EVER, and I appreciate you reading this. Today I thought I would do a quick introduction on me, myself, and I and share some of my ambitions as a young professional photographer. I am currently 24 years old and I live in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. In 2013, I completed my BTECH at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, majoring in Photography. More specifically in environmental studies and photographic documentation, exploring the current water system of South Africa. This project opened some sparkly doors in the environmental field but not enough to be my only...

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