It was a large gathering of 3,000 AMCU union members that sang and danced inside the Wonderkop Stadium in Marikana last week.
The final part of my Cape Town trip. I went and bought myself an adjustable ND filter for Christmas from my favourite photographic shop ORMS direct. (I order my stuff from these guys in Joburg, they are brilliant when it comes to customer service and have the best prices)
Ever notice how polarized glasses eliminate the glare? Well the filter works like that, except with an adjustable filter you can determine how much glare you want to eliminate.
Following a great few days on the beach we traveled to the interior of Cape Town. Here there are many nature reserves perfect for hiking and camping as well as the origins of South Africa’s wine farms in Stellenbosch.
Just when you think Johannesburg can get boring it throws you something interesting to do. Over the festive season we snuck out the city to the Magaliesberg Mountains, an hour and a half drive toward Hekpoort, for a day hike at Rustig Hiking trail.
Despite some overcast and rainy weather the hike was completely refreshing and offered some fun photographic opportunities.These were taken along Route 2, a 5km trail that wound around the mountain range. For most of the trip we were lost in the clouds totally isolating us from the outside world.