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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Umko Citrus – the Lemon season begins!
I popped down to the Argus farm in the Umkomaas Valley this week to photograph the start of the lemon picking season. It’s an extraordinarily beautiful farm, forming part of the second day of the famous Sani2c cycle race route. The cyclists are in for a treat when they hit this section! On this day,Continue reading “Umko Citrus – the Lemon season begins!”
I’ve recently photographed the Mt Argus citrus Farm, a farm nestled deep in the Umkomaas Valley surrounded by red cliffs and bushveld with the mighty Umkomaas River winding through it. Alongside the river are soft citrus orchards, branches heavy and abundant with fruit. I arrive a few minutes earlier than the fruit pickers, and IContinue reading “Umko Citrus”
French Bull Dog Puppy Alert
(Drum Roll)……………….Introducing THE finest, most spunkiest and cutest South African farm bred French Bull Dog puppies around today.
St Paul Farmer Production Support Unit’s new cattle breeding program and feedlot
I’m delighted to have been asked to document phase 1 of this cattle breeding program in the Umzimkulu district in KwaZulu-Natal. The St Paul Farmer Production Support Unit, funded by the South African Department of Agriculture, have been tasked to improve the genetics of the communal beef herd over a 3 year period by introducingContinue reading “St Paul Farmer Production Support Unit’s new cattle breeding program and feedlot”