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.
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.
I'm running a print special for any orders made from today for the rest of the month of May.
Jay Caboz winner of this year's DJI SKYPIXEL 5th Anniversary Aerial Photo and Video Contest.
It's always nice to see your photos make the paper. Wits students Kirstin Buick (left) and Lebogang Mdlankomo (right) play in snow for the first time in their lives. After seeing it begin to fall down, they ran down ten flights of stairs abandoning their class to play in Braamfontein on the corner of Jorisson … Continue reading Made the Nikon – I love Jozi competition
The Wits academic staff union have pressed ahead with their planned strike today, after last-minute negotiations yesterday failed. Members of the union, ASAWU, have gathered at the entrances to Wits main campus in small groups, holding signs that read “We love Wits, do you?” and “Stop imposing - negotiate.” Member of ASAWU and Senior lecturer … Continue reading Rainbow March – Wits staff have had enough
By Jay Caboz, follow more on his photography page here Gavin, who lives at number 15 Juweel Street, Jukskei Park, noticed that something was amiss after he hearing strange noises coming from his neighbour's house. It was 4am but from his bedroom window it looked as if sunrise had happened already. The house next door, … Continue reading Fire blazes can be prevented Jay Caboz