I’ve been playing with light again, but this time I’ve left the sunny Spring gardens and have descended the steep staircase to the ‘ground level’ of the old St Isidore mill. It’s dark here, with light filtering through the old mill windows and lighting up bits of old machinery, blacksmith tools and rugged, masculine stoneContinue reading “Photographing the old blacksmith at Kings Grant”
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Floral photography at Kings Grant Country Retreat
I’ve needed this weekend! A weekend to simply ‘create,’ for no purpose other than to be creative! This morning I set out to Kings Grant Country Retreat looking for some photography inspiration. It was already quite bright – I’d missed the soft early morning light! So I decided to use the bright light and theContinue reading “Floral photography at Kings Grant Country Retreat”
This is the Lynford Country Weekend – an action-packed weekend for everyone!
Not to miss; an action-packed weekend with entertainment and sport in the beautiful southern KwaZulu-Natal midlands! Check out this incredible weekend festival that happens every year on the first weekend of September at Lynford School in Ixopo. We love hockey here! This is big news for us country bumpkins in Ixopo. We have a brandContinue reading “This is the Lynford Country Weekend – an action-packed weekend for everyone!”
Gifts in Garlington at Bella Rosa Bloom
If you are like me who forgets most birthdays, and you live in the Hilton area – this gem of a florist and gift shop will definitely come in handy when you need to make a quick plan for a gift and one that will brighten up anyone’s day! Take a look at the photos and see what Bella Rosa Bloom offers.
A weekend in Kruger National Park
I’ve been on an agricultural Ellepot shoot in White River this last week with a ‘weekend’ slap bang in the middle of it. With Kruger just a short drive from White River, I decided to head into the bush for a weekend of game viewing! Here are a couple of my favourite sightings. Lianne AshtonContinue reading “A weekend in Kruger National Park”