“The school, it’s values and traditions are stronger than the actions of one individual” ~ Michael Maher
We enjoyed our 30 year reunion this weekend and what a better way to kick it off than with a sunrise shoot with gentleman David Oppermann.
I took him to Moyo Ushaka so we could have coffee afterwards at The Coffee Guys – South Beach; a Durban photographer’s tradition of sorts started byPrakash Bhikha and Dave Nisbet I guess.
David and I later went to Glenwood High School to watch the Green Machine beat Kearsney at rugby. It was also great that our ex-headmaster (MrMichael Maher) joined us for some of the fun.
I’ve seen people groan about Moyo Pier as being the most shot pier. Yes, it is, but different days always seem to deliver a different beauty. We were blessed on this morning again.
Canon 6D, F10, 1/80 sec, ISO 640, handheld, one shot, RAW
5 Star Durban I Love Durban Moyo Pier Ushaka Moyo at Ushaka Marine World
“One of the great things about exploring is that sometimes, the discovery lies not in what you’re exploring, but what’s right next to it. Something you never would’ve known had you not explored in the first place. So while something may seem like a waste of time to explore, while the promise
of gain may be slim, it still might be worth it just because you never know” ~ Brian Kim
— at Umhlanga Beach.
“Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest” ~ Mark Twain
“The only way to die at peace is to first live out loud” ~ Marie Jones