Portrait of a Burchell’s Zebra taken at first light in Addo Elephant National Park – May 2013
A panorama of Union’s End, the extreme north-westerly point of South Africa. This historical point where the three countries of Namibia, Botswana and South Africa meet is marked by nothing more than a small information board and a pole bearing the co-ordinates of the spot – January 2013
The other morning as I was driving to work around Chapman’s Peak I looked back on this scene and had to stop to get a photo. It was incredible with the cloud hanging over the mountains with a few gaps here and there just after sunrise with blue sky behind – September 2012.
We went for a hike in search of the Red Disa in Myburgh’s ravine and as a bonus we found these Watsonia in full bloom on top of Table Mountain. I have paged through a book of flowers but can’t be certain exactly which species of Watsonia this is so if you know leave a comment below. (Taken in February 2012)
UPDATE: We won! Thank you so much to all of you who ‘liked’ and voted for my picture which is now the SANParks Facebook page cover photo for the month of July.
So I’ve entered a competition and I need your help. The competition involved submitting a photo to the South African National Parks Facebook page, this month’s theme was birds and the photo with the most ‘Likes’ will become their Facebook cover photo for the month of July.
I chose to submit this closeup portrait of a juvenile Gabar goshawk which I though was very appropriate for Facebook and if you agree please vote for me by clicking here or on the picture below. It will open up the photo in Facebook and you simply have to click “Like“. That’s all.
Many thanks in advance.