From two supermoons to rover landings – and another good year to see the southern hemisphere’s best meteor shower – 2021 has a packed skywatcher calendar.
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From hikes to the top of Table Mountain to hunt for Disa's to a crazy storm chasing adventure in the Karoo, I am glad to say I have been able to add some great new images to my portfolio that will excite you all.
South Africa is one of the best places to see the stars, but not great for meteor showers – especially in 2021.
For many South Africans getting the chance to play in snow is quite a luxury. Which is why when it does fall, we go nuts embracing our inner child in spontaneous snowball fights or even building snowmen on car bonnets, a peculiar South African quirk I’ve seen on more than one occasion.
If you could travel South Africa to see the stars where would you go? Here is my list.
South Africa is in the fortunate position to capture the Milky Way under very good star gazing conditions when it is at its most spectacular.
One thing you will immediately notice when attempting wave trails or wispy waves is that your photos will come out white and overexposed, especially during the day. Why?
Just for a moment take a look at a R1 coin. Now imagine trying to find a seahorse that size in the ocean. Well that's what happened with the Sodwana Pygmy Seahorse.
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Rivonia trialist Denis Goldberg passes away at the age of 87.
The launch of DJI’s latest drone, the Mavic Air 2, has got me more than a little excited.
Jay Caboz winner of this year's DJI SKYPIXEL 5th Anniversary Aerial Photo and Video Contest.
There is nothing quite like the sound of water crashing over rocks after a big storm or the trickle of a babbling brook to get the photographic inspiration juices flowing. Let's go shoot some waterfalls in South Africa.
Great news for those of you who have been following my adventures covering stories around Cape Town's tidal pools - aka my muse for the past few years.
It's been a wild few weeks out in the field for me and I am very excited to say I uploaded some of the content onto my website.
Pre-dawn pink light from Dolphin Beach, Cape Town. For about 10 minutes, just before the sun comes up, the pink light will bounce down from these clouds and onto the foreground.