Good morning Durban!

Nothing like getting low down and wet with the Canon G3X at 1/80 sec. F4 ISO 125

If you haven’t yet seen my photo exhibition then amble over to Sidebar / SPIGA Durban at 200 Florida Road and go checkout my classic Durban photos, canvas mounted by Printwild and chosen by the restaurant owner himself.

Lovely Italian food, wine and coffee is on sale. You can sit inside or on the pavement cafe. It you haven’t been there you are missing out.

The photos are on display until the end of 2016.

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Surfer Gal

Good Morning Durban!

I’m not a black & white photographer; probably because I think I s..k at it. I’m also not into blues (the colour as well) and love hot oranges and pinks.

However, this photo looked bland to me in colour so I gave it a B&W smack! I prefer it to the colour version that has been tossed.

Maybe it’s not the B&W I like but more so the now plain non-colourful story that the photo now tells me. It’s a human like all of us making good use of the early morning to go and exercise, and have fun for free. She also has a look of strong intent.

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Canon G3X, F5.6, 1/800 sec. ISO 320, sunrise, RAW, handheld

Moses Mabhida Stadium 5 Star Durban Durban Tourism

Good morning Durban!

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Good morning Durban!

“Art is the most effective mode of communications that exists” – John Dewey

Canon G3X set on F5.6. Iso 640. SS via AV. Taken Saturday just gone at Durban Beachfront

I’m on dad!

“Ever notice, that how you treat people in your life today is the single, biggest factor in determining how people in your life tomorrow, even totally different people, will treat you? It always works” ~ The Universe

Web Prepared (Large)

Sunrise: Umgeni River Mouth, Durban South Africa – fishermen going crazy over the Shad (Elf)

Canon South Africa 6D, F11, 1/125 sec, ISO 640

5 Star Durban I Love Durban SA-People – for South Africans in South Africa and expats — in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

Holi, Durban 2013

We went to a fairly low-key Holi event on Sunday at Kendra Hall. When chatting to fellow photographer Nirun about this, he reminded me about last year’s hectic event on the Durban Beachfront. I was there and pulled one of my photos out the archives to remind myself of the peaceful and fun chaos that reigned that afternoon. I do hope that ISKCON Durban and the City of Durban repeat this event.

Holi 2013