25 June 2016 North Beach
Good morning Durban!
If you reading this you’re alive you’re breathing you’re lucky. Have a smashing Friday and weekend😊 — at uShaka Beach (24 June 2016).
It’s guaranteed to be an awesome sunrise tomorrow morning (24 June 2016) at the beach. Probably not the clouds photographers would like, but crisp air and sun.
This photo was taken on Umhlanga Beach about 100 m south of Umhlanga Pier in front of The Beverly Hills Hotel on 16 June 2016 using a Canon South Africa G3X Powershot. 1/4 sec. F11. ISO 125. Small Joby GorillaPod.
Wishing all of you a splendid day with your fathers, children, partners, friends, or even one enjoying your own company.
Canon G3X, ISO 125, F5.6, 1/320 sec, Marine Parade zoomed down to promenade, handheld
— in Durban, South Africa.
“To us, the ashes of our ancestors are sacred and their resting place is hallowed ground” – Chief Seattle
I met Denver at Wilson’s Wharf: Photo Shoot Lookout this morning before sunrise in 5 Star Durban. No clouds usually equals boring for me but then the Igers for #BICLoveYourSA #LoveSA turned up at about the same time the flying pigeons did. This got me thinking that it was a splendid time to do what Dalton does so well. I used my Canon South Africa G3X. F11, ISO 125, 1/100 sec. for the base image. Foreground manipulation just for Instagram
“I wish Pooh were here. It’s so much more friendly with two” – Piglet (A.A. Milne)
Are you willing to be alone?
Ingrid Bacci says, “If you are afraid of being alone, you are dependent on others for your sense of self, and if you are dependent on others, you block your receptivity to inner guidance.
Being willing to be alone involves being willing to be different, to have commitments and values that don’t blend with any crowd.”
Sunrise this morning Umhlanga Beach
Canon G3X, F11, ISO 125, 30 sec, Joby small tripod.
I need practice with the focusing – to find the optimum method as it’s different to my 6D & 550D
“Always try your best to utilise your energy, your intellect, your education, your wealth, your strength, or anything that you possess, for the betterment of those who are lowly placed in life, and for society in general. You will thus expand your heart and enjoy everlasting peace, bliss and satisfaction” – Sri Swami Sivananda