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“Never take a picture of anything you are not passionately interested in.”
Lisette Model

Doing Professional Fine art Photography is like taking that unforgettable road trip. 

This time I started in the Kruger National Park with wildlife studies of Zakkie Eloff. There were spotted hyenas, running springbok and kudu.

From there I passed through the lowveld with its well known umbrella thorn trees from JH Pierneef. 

JH Pierneef - Umbrella thorn trees
JH Pierneef – Umbrella thorn trees

For Walter Battiss’s watercolour Syringa tree, I took a detour through Rustenberg.  It was time to move on.  Adriaan Hendrik Boshoff was waiting.  I took the old dust road through the sunlit bluegums.  At his old farmstall, I stopped for coffee.

By now, my hart longed for a “view of the winelands” by Florence Zerffi .  The next morning at daybreak, I was at the sea where Otto Klars’s boats were moored.

Otto Klarr_boats moored at daybreak
Klar Otto (1908 – 1994) Boats moored at daybreak

The trip was once again over, but the memories will last:  “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

Aaron Siskind