Chris Davies set off on a recent roadtrip up the N7, determined to avoid the stop-gos. Here are the gorgeous photos of what he found – pristine beach camping and fantastic West Coast hospitality.
Blog posts: Photo albums
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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.
Inspired by detours, backroads and an elusive painting, my family and I hit the dirt in the search for Baines’ Baobabs.
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.
Photographs of Namibian landscapes from my recent road trip through this wonderful country. Photos taken between 4 and 6pm, somewhere on the road in Namibia.
Beyond Lake Malawi, the country’s idyllic tourist distraction, lies it’s true fabric – honest, colourful, resilient, ripped and flawed.
Better known as thelawry on Instagram, Mike Eloff picked out 25 of his favourite sunsets in Cape Town to share with us.
Magical, mysterious and one of the least accessible places on earth – that’s Antarctica’s public image. But what does it feel like to set foot on the seventh continent?
Crazy desert landscapes, open skies, spreading sunsets, exuberant, expressive people following their own creative happiness and of course, fire: this is AfrikaBurn 2014 in photos.
Experiencing an Orthodox mass at Bet Maryam in Ethiopia’s holy city of Lalibela is unlike any religious festival on earth. Here’s why …