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The many dunes of Namibia

After five days in the Namib desert of Namibia, a dune is a dune is just another dune – but its really not.

Orchids that look like animals

Orchids are some of the most diverse and exquisite plants in the world and their flowers boggle the mind – particularly these strange and amusing examples that take on the appearance of certain animals!

Flocks of flamingos in Walvis Bay

Walvis Bay in Namibia is synonymous with flamingos and a trip to the area would not be complete without some time spent with these pink birds.

A sense of surreal in strange Solitaire

In the middle of nowhere in Namibia, somewhere between Sossusvlei and Walvis Bay, lies the one petrol-station town of Solitaire – a photographers dream come true.

The legend of the fairy circles

In a thin stretch that traverses the vast Namib desert lies hundreds upon hundreds of mysterious fairy circles, and there are many legends as to how they formed…

Darling – a spring sensation

Snow in spring can really dampen the spirits but when you live in Cape Town and the bright, flower-carperted fields of Darling are less than an hour away, snow is welcomed as a dramatic backdrop to nature’s very own colour festival!

Lusty leopard toads

The noise is deafening as a hundred males compete for the attention of the ladies. No this is not the annual motorbike rally – its simply the Western Leopard Toads mating.

10 African animals in rapid decline

A number of Africa’s most famous, beloved and beautiful species are in rapid decline.  It is often shouted from the rooftops those animals that are listed as endangered or only have limited numbers left, and rightly so. However there are other species whose numbers, although appearing great in number, are fast being depleted. The population […]

6 kids that are making a difference

If the kids can do it, why can’t we? Kids don’t take no for an answer and if they want something badly enough they will make it happen. Meet these six amazing children that have set their sights on projects close to their hearts and are making history as they teach us adults that one […]