In South Africa of course!
And the last one! Fortunately I the purpose of the trip was not to take pictures ;)
Tomorrow morning I will be going on a little holiday. Our destination is Chamonix, France for a week of snowboarding. Of course, I will not leave you without new images, so I pre-posted enough to keep you coming back every day!
A little big different than the one posted yesterday. Maybe this one will please Harry some more ;)
Oh yeah, if you have some free time on your hands, perhaps you can vote for me on The 2009 Photoblog Awards!
The Amphitheatre is one of the geographical features of the Northern Drakensberg, South Africa, and is widely regarded as one of the most impressive cliff faces on earth. The cliff face of the Amphitheatre is roughly three times the size of the total combined area of all the cliff faces in Yosemite’s famous El Capitan, and more than 10 times the size of El Capitan’s most famous (South Western) face. It is part of the Royal Natal National Park.
The Amphitheatre is over 5 kilometres in length and has precipitous cliffs rising approximately 4000 feet along its entire length.
More boring grey weather for you :)
We visited the Wijk aan Zee pier on Boxing Day. My girlfriend bought me a 10 stops B&W ND filter, so I had to play around with it immediately! It was freezing cold out there, but the result is very nice!
A beautiful, private beach near Knysna, South Africa. I Google’d it the other day and found that you can spent the night in a private house on this beach for a minimum of € 1.500 per night. That’s a bargain..
The Robberg Peninsula is a nature reserve and national monument that lies about 8 km south of Plettenberg Bay, a prestigious coastal resort on South Africa’s famous Garden Route.
And now it is time to head over to Wim’s blog to congratulate him with his fourth blog birthday!
Champagne Castle is a mountain in the central Drakensberg range, and is the second highest peak in South Africa.