Goodbye Papa, please pray for me I was the black sheep of the family You tried to teach me right from wrong Too much wine and too much song Wonder how I got along Goodbye Papa, its hard to die When all the birds are singing in the sky Now that the spring is in … Lees meer ABRAHAM JOHANNES JOUBERT: 1968 – 1997
I took these photos in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. Normaalweg het ek teen hierdie tyd in die week reeds iets hier kom griffel, maar weens ‘n verskeidenheid van redes het dit maar net nie so uitgewerk hierdie week nie. Ek het wel vroeër die week besluit om die beloofde hoofstuk 2 van … Lees meer Om te Kruger – Kruger National Park, South Africa
“This week, let’s keep our angles sharp and heart rate fast”, the man says… In the first photo my daughter still looks brave despite knowing she is going to fall 68 meters straight down. In the second photo she is over the edge and any signs of braveness or self control is out of the door, uh … Lees meer a beautiful place to throw yourself off the edge
In Deluxe Coffeeworks. Dog’s Bollocks! het ek vertel van ‘n nie-konvensionele koffiekroeg in Kaapstad. Wel dit word nou ‘n instelling en ons verken die Kaapstad koffie roete (of skep ons eie een). Saterdag was dit Truth Coffee se beurt. Vanuit ‘n fotograaf se perspektief is Truth die beter opsie. Truth het ‘n 1940’s steam punk atmosfeer met … Lees meer Truth Coffee met ‘n rokende Benediction en ‘n toringende Omelet
A colleague of mine Debbie Zealand has been confronted by a doctor asking: do you want to be pushed out the office by paramedics or walk out of the office like the elegant woman you are? (I am unsure if he used the last few words – but she is). Being an intelligent elegant woman but … Lees meer doubling the beauty in synchronized unison
This was written by my 16 year old daughter and she mailed it to me to check if the spelling and stuff is “okay”. I did not request her to write it nor did I alter or change anything (but I am posting this with her permission). She just felt like writing her thoughts down … Lees meer A lot of people struggle with their identity – a post by my daughter
WAENHUISKRANS or ARNISTON? The overused and over quoted words of Juliet (to which I am also falling victim now…) are quite applicable to the town situated one and a half kilometer from this cave. Waenhuiskrans is an Afrikaans name of Dutch origin meaning “Wagon house cliff” so called because the cave is big enough for … Lees meer What’s in a name – it may depend on your frame (of mind)!