Apr 29

Cape Town’s Beaches and the balance between Nature and Recreation

Think of a city with invitingly sunny shores. Los Angeles. Myrtle Beach. Sydney. Cape Town. All lie close to latitude 34° (north or south). All offer great beaches and ample sunshine, a magnet to vacationers. That’s probably about as far … Continue reading

Apr 20

Volunteering abroad

Giving back, making a difference but seeing the world at the same time is a noble way to travel. We don’t all have the time to spend a month or a few months volunteering in a village or school, but … Continue reading

Apr 13

Penguins of Boulder’s Beach, South Africa – UPDATE

These little guys in their tuxedos are cute and photogenic, a major attraction on Boulders Beach, which is part of Table Mountain National Park, South Africa. They are also endangered. It seems that the African Penguin also known as the … Continue reading

Apr 06

eBook Review – Photographer’s Guide to Etosha National Park

“Never judge a book by its cover”, so the saying goes. I always do. Here’s a book that covers (a) wildlife and nature photography; (b) shows me “how” to record those incredible memories; and (c) relates the lessons specifically to … Continue reading