The salty West Coast, with its spectacular spring flowers, idyllic beaches and top surf spots, is one of Cape Town’s subtle beauties and one of my favourite weekend escapes – especially if there’s an art festival to visit when I’m there.
Blog posts: Photography
See the world through the colourful lens of our photojournalists and bloggers. Here you’ll find an exquisite collection of photographs from all over the globe. Whether you are a budding photographer looking for tips and tricks or you just want to gawk at the majestic photos taken by our elite crew of photojournalists be sure to pay the photography section a visit.
Inspired by detours, backroads and an elusive painting, my family and I hit the dirt in the search for Baines’ Baobabs.
Find out who the October Masterclass finalists are, and see the winning image sponsored by FujiFilm.
The Drakensberg in photos: check out these gorgeous shots for a glimpse into one of the most spectacular landscapes in South Africa.
Durban is full of surprises, even for those who grew up there. Check out these gorgeous sun-soaked photos of the coastal city from our October issue.
Gorgeous photoblog documenting a journey to the oldest and most beautiful national park in the world, Yellowstone.
From desert llamas to surreal lakes, Bolivia is a photographer’s dream. Check out these gorgeous photos from one day on the road.
These gorgeous “Shooting into the Sun” images made our September masterclass shortlist – here’s how to enter next month’s competition.
Aerial photographs of Cape Town: some of the most beautiful images from our recent feature on Simon’s Town.
Some photos from my recent visit to Sossusvlei and Deadvlei – probably the most photographed place in Namibia. There’s a reason for that though – I can’t recommend it highly enough.