Photos from rescue operations and air evacuation in the snow at Kokstad

One hundred and fifty people were rescued from the severe snow storm in the Kokstad area today. A call came in this morning at around 07h00 that people were stuck in the severe snow on the R617 at the Kings Cross mountain pass since yesterday. 15 Squadron, S A P search and rescue and a…


Conversation with Photographer, Marlon du Toit from Singita

Marlon is a Field Guide at Singita Sabi Sand . An adventurous person by nature, Marlon has been immersed in Africa and its beauty from a young age.   As a Field Guide Marlon specialises in connecting travellers with the secret lives of some of the most amazing creatures in the wild.        …


Vulture battle at Giant’s Castle Game Reserve captured through the lens of Peter McKellar

  A good friend of mine, Peter McKellar,  recently paid a visit to the Vulture Hide at Giants Castle. He sent me a few photos and after some research, Giants Castle now features high on my wish list.       Giant’s Castle Game Reserve is considered the home of the eland and the majestic…


Lesotho plays Sudan in its second 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifier at the Setsoto Stadium, in Maseru, on Sunday 10 June 2012

    After a brilliant win by the Springboks over England in Durban, I travelled to the Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho to cover the Fifa World Cup Qualifier in Maseru between Lesotho and Sudan.         Sudan have missed out on the chance to take a stranglehold on Group D in the 2014…


Hire the perfect lens to capture the real stars!

This last weekend I had the opportunity to go to Soetdoring Game Reserve just outside of Bloemfontein. I finally had the chance to capture the evening sky without to much light pollution from the city lights. The only thing that bothered me is that the lens that I have is not that great so what to do?…


The Nikon D4 after 20 000 images

What always amazes me is these magazine guys that receive a demo camera from a company, take it out for a day or two, shoot a couple of hundred of images and then….do a write up about the camera. How on earth can you give an objective opinion about a camera if you haven’t used…


The Duba Experience captured on video!!

Talk to anyone who has been to Duba Plains in the Okavango Delta and you will hear the same phrase: …”What an amazing experience!!”. I had the privilege earlier this month to visit this remote area made famous by the movie “The Last Lion” and came back with hundreds of images and a memory for…


Young talent shine at mini-Craven Week in Bloemfontein

  Rugby has a bright future in South Africa  – this was clear for all to see when players from all over South Africa  battled with one another at the recent mini-Craven week for U13’s in Bloemfontein. The well organized event was hosted by the Free State rugby schools committee and took place at the…


Courage in the mixed martial arts arena captured on camera by Ruby Wolff

Photographer Ruby Wolff is perhaps the best person to comment on the courage and determination displayed by fighters in the mixed martial arts arena. In 2009 he took up shooting MMA amateur events and was later appointed as head photographer for EFC Africa. He has since been next to the ring capturing each and every…


Mixed Martial Arts captured through the lens of Ruby Wolff

There has been few sports with a faster growing viewer audience than the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. The public have been in awe at the strength, guts and determination displayed by these fighters and there has been a hunger for more coverage on television and in the printed media. We decided to share a…