I’ve never been a keen bird watcher, but sitting in a wild garden watching an assortment of birds feeding off the local fynbos is quite therapeutic. And wildly colourful.
We spent last weekend in Hermanus – a seaside town our family love to escape to as often as possible. It’s also the place we got married, and a town known for it’s incredible whale sightings.
I rented a Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM lens and enjoyed spending a few hours one evening trying to capture the coastline and starry skies. Hermanus is often misty and there was a lot of cloud cover for the most part of the weekend. Night skies are a challenging subject matter and I still have a lot to learn, but I’m enjoying the process and eerie outings. Continue reading Hermanus by night
The day after WooTrip is always a nostalgic one. Last week we were in Berlin for WooTrip 2016. 80 ninjas from all around the world. Continue reading WooTrip Berlin
When on site we often have kids wanting to help the builders, but we’ve never seen a kid with quite the same perseverance levels as Max. He’s been doing this for hours now!
Said the foreman about our 4 year old.
Malakai Kingsley Forrester was born late in the night on 19 March 2016. The birth days of my two sons are two of the most special days of my life, indescribable.
20 March 2016, has to go down as my favourite of all time though. When Max, the proud big brother, met Malakai.
Snapped this morning. Basil (our toy poodle) & Jack (my mother’s golden retriever) are inseparable.