Monday, 16 June 2014

Shot of the day

Zebra at Andersson's Camp Namibia
Nikon D5200 | Sigma 150-500mm |1/500 | F6.3 | ISO 180

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Shot of the week 
Lioness and Cub

March 2014-Kenya Masai Mara. Nikon D5200; Telephoto Sigma 150-500mm; F6.3; 1/250; ISO 500.

Saturday, 7 June 2014

The Tug Restaurant stylishly built around the original Danie Hugo tugboat and is beautifully located on the sea front overlooking the famous Swakopmund jetty.The Tug is renowned for its delicious seafood specialities served straight from the ocean amidst a casual, relaxed atmosphere.

With unobscured views of the rocky shoreline and crashing waves of the cold Atlantic, one can enjoy the treasures of the ocean whilst seated at our individually created table top designs painted by Namibian artists.
Our à la carte menu of seafood extravaganzas include west coast lobster, prawns, mussels, calamari, cultivated oysters and Norwegian salmon. 

For those with a sweet tooth, our home-made crème brûlée, cherries or tiramisu are a must. We offer a fine selection of wines from the Cape winelands with over 89 to choose from.

With the sun setting over the ocean and the scream of seagulls overhead, sit back on our terrace and savour fine food and wine whilst enjoying the idyllic atmosphere which surrounds you

Sunday, 1 June 2014


The wave is long, probably the longest barreling wave in the world. Some people call it the best left in the world, others call it the most technically demanding wave they have ever surfed, and others - surfers on the wrong side of 30 who have been pole-axed and pile-driven for want of two perfectly apt clichés - call it a close-out. If you're a pro surfer, this destination has a lot going for it. If you're just a competent surfer Skeleton Bay is going to test you.

Sunday, 25 May 2014


Masai Mara Kenya one late afternoon:  Nikon D600; Nikkor 80-400mm;  
Settings Used:  1/160; f/8.0; ISO 5000

Friday, 23 May 2014


Zebra at  Wilderness Anderson's Camp  Namibia
Settings:  Nikon D5200 Sigma 150-500mm;  1/500;  ISO 250;  f6.3; 

Monday, 28 April 2014

Editorial Flamingo Magazine
Expedite Aviation

DATE: 26 April 2014
Client; Izak Smit & Schalk Nel

Their helicopter sightseeing and safari tours provide you with a bird’s eye view of Namibia’s attractions in comfort and style.Marvel at the splendid beauty of the Namib Desert, the Etosha National Park and more as you travel along the Skeleton Coast to Swakopmund – the sleeping beauty of Namibia’s coastline. See the Fish River Canyon and the Kunene in the far north of this vast country.

Expedite Aviation started out with a single helicopter and this was Mr. Rainier Arangies’, CEO of Expedite Aviation, pride and joy. Soon the life long dream materialized and a second, larger helicopter was purchased.  Expedite Aviation rapidly grew from strength to strength developing into a diverse and multi-divisional helicopter company which is currently operating 5 helicopters with one on the way! 
Delight in flying by Namibia’s historic landmarks including the Vingerklip, the Spitzkoppe, the Brandberg, the Sossusvlei dunes and the lush riverine forests of the Caprivi.  With many tour options to choose from, this unique adventure is a must have for your memorable visit to Namibia.

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

White Rhino

AKA The square-lipped rhino
Height 1.5 - 1.8m
Weight 1,800 - 3,000kg

Rhino fact The white rhino was once on the brink of extinction with only around 50 individuals left in the wild!
Rhino fun fact Also known as the square-lipped rhino, thewhite rhino uses its flat, square lip to effectively cut and eat grass, as it is a grazer, and only eats ground vegetation (compared to the black rhino, which is a browser and uses its hooked lip to pick at bushes and low branches for food.)

This Rhino is one of the lucky ones at an age of 35years. It was a blessing to see this one in the wild.

Lets stop Poaching these beautiful creatures!

Thursday, 3 April 2014

Leopard on the RUN 

This photo was taken in the Masai Mara Kenya in March 2014
I used a slow shutter speed to get this affect
Nikon D5200
Sigma Telephoto lens 500mm F4.5-5.6 
Shutter speed 1/80

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Photo taken; Tommy's Living Desert Tours Swakopmund
Nikon D5200; F6; 1/800


Chamaeleo namaquensis is one of the largest chameleon species in southern Africa, and reaches up to 25cm in length. Its tail is far shorter than its body and than those of other arboreal species of chameleon.
The Namaqua chameleon has EVOLVED several adaptations to cope with desert conditions; they excrete salt from nasal glands to conserve water, and dig holes to aid in THERMOREGULATION

They also use their ability to change colour to aid in controlling temperature, becoming black in the cooler morning to absorb heat more efficiently, then a lighter grey color to reflect light during the heat of the day - or showing both colours at the same time, neatly separated left from right by the spine.