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Canola fields - Cathy Bell
Aug 30

#638. The Greyton weekend

By paulperton | Travel Photography

    I told Paul that I don’t do hills.   It’s not that I can’t, but ageing knees, a paucity of breath and ten or fifteen kilos of photo kit just don’t do it for me any more.   That seemed eminently sensible until Sunday morning, when Paul (Bruins) our flamingo-legged guide led us […]

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Feb 29

#460. We take photographs, but we make art

By paulperton | Opinion

On occasion, I’ve been known to resemble Google’s StreetView avatar. Not for my girth – that’s something else entirely – but rather my regular and entirely circular changes of opinion pointing to post processing.   Casually viewing the pages of Flickr, 500px et al will set the tone; photographs of just about everything, everywhere. Some […]

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So much for a sunrise landscape - Nikon D800e, Nikkor 80-200mm zoom
Dec 14

#436. A wet day out

By paulperton | Travel Photography

  The Interwebs is wonderful. The other day, I discovered that Ceres Rail – a new preservation group, with its base at the old South African Railways sidings at the town from which it gets its name – has just started running weekly scheduled steam hauled trips to the neighbouring town of Wolseley, some 16km […]

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Looking towards Glenelg
Jun 25

# 368. The Skye bit

By paulperton | Travel Photography

  Lunch was sublime, Cape Town’s best; fresh tuna carpaccio followed by spaghetti vongole for Mrs P and swordfish pasta for me. Washed down with a couple of glasses of more than acceptable local rosé and then, a quick trip to the airport.     Lunch? I’d promised Mrs P as she only leaves for […]

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