Journal

Melting snow.

The winter wonderland that was the village a few weeks before was fast becoming a mess as snow turned to slush. The seasons change...

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Lockdown Polaroids 2.

Expired film and flashbacks under lockdown.

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Farewell to shipmates.

With a single wave from a heavily laden arm, and without looking back, my new found friend swiftly walked away. Aside from thinking he...

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The Randfontein By Election of 1988.

My Big Break presented itself in the spring of 1988. I’m not sure if one gets a Big Break, it’s more a series of...

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Lockdown Polaroids 1.

Expired film and flashbacks under lockdown.

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Little Garden.

The little garden, a postage stamp oasis in the middle of the Karoo, where a group of well-dressed people were gathered around a small...

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Gdansk.

With two rods in the water, a Gdansk Shipyard worker settles in for a quiet Sunday afternoon. Rewind approximately 40 years, the Lenin Shipyards...

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Henry.

Henry was a press photographer in the ’80s. He insisted he knew my name back then and I insisted he didn’t. In the mid-’80’s...

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Operation Braveheart.

As the house lights were dimmed, the body took on an otherworldly glow with the combination of the single overhead operating light and the...

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White Sharks.

Apparently, I was setting a record, 45 minutes in the freezing cold Southern Indian Ocean. Normally 20 minutes in these waters is the maximum...

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Skua vs Shark.

For some reason, I stayed focused on the skua sitting on the water, I had a weird feeling something insane was about to happen....

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