Friday, 25 January 2013


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The Boomslang one of the deadliest snakes in Southern Africa. With a poent cytotoxic venom this snake feeds on birds and rodents. It spends most of it's days up in trees, hence the name Boomslang. Boom meaning tree in Afrikaans.  Buy This Print

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Sunday, 2 December 2012

A new collection from mid to end November

This collection was photographed from mid to end of November. The Birds and Primates in this collection have been shot at The World of Birds  in Hout Bay, Cape Town, South Africa. Watch this space as there are loads more to come, enjoy the view.

Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Images for November 2012

This butterfly was shot on my visit to Rhodes Memorial, which is found within Table Mountain National Park. 

This shot was taken in a remote cave found at Lundudno Beach. The play on lighting and exposure adds to the scene by allowing in just a bit of light.
My first attempt at an HDR image.

This is a walk way at Rhodes Memorial. I found this to be quite interesting as the concrete structure is surrounded by nature as seen in the background. 

A flower shot with a Black background providing an almost 3D effect. 

Tuesday, 30 October 2012

A new generation is coming :)

Same Time Photo is an up and coming, soon to be be mainstream photographic platform in the pipelines. Hold onto your hat's because this team is coming at you pretty soon. Their services are unlimited in the photography field no matter what the project, they can do it. Blog address to be uploaded very soon.  :)

Thursday, 25 October 2012

A few new images from a small hike i did from Hout Bay to Silvermine Nature area this month

This stunning specimen, is scientifically named as Watsonia tabularis. This species only flowers in late October until December. It bears purple, pink and scarlet colour flowers and is found mainly in the southern parts of the Western Cape.

The Black Girdled Lizard. This is a fast moving, completely black lizard, which are often found on rock faces where crevices are not far. This species feeds off small invertebrates such as grasshoppers. They can also be seen on warm summer days basking in the sun as a means to warm their cold blooded bodies.

This strange, yet beautiful specimen is referred to as The Cape Lappet Moth Caterpillar. These are often located in trees and found in clusters. These highly social caterpillars are larvae of the Cape Lappet Moth, Eutricha Capensis. Larvae congregate openly on tree trunks. They feed on Acacia, White Stink Wood, Bush willow and a number of other trees.

This shows The Carpenter Bee approaching a flower. Together, they share an intricate relationship in which the bee benefits by feeding off the rich nectar of the flower, while the flower becomes pollinated simultaneously.

This peculiar plant, almost paper -like in texture is known as the Everlasting. This is a common species which grows abundantly within the Silvermine area.

This image was taken on entry to The Silvermine Dam. This board walk allows for lush scenery right before your eyes. All types of wildlife can be viewed here, particularly,  birds and flying insects.