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1. Canola fields in the Overberg on our way to the magical town, Greyton, in 2012. 2. Tour Eiffel in 2010 – World Cup Soccer fever running high. 3. A view of the main street in Aix-en-Provence, my favourite town in South of France. 4. A beautiful day in Santorini, Greece. 5. A monastery built on a cliff in Greece – it is almost possible to touch the clouds when … Continue reading →
There is but one Bo-Kaap in the world. What a privilege to live in Cape Town and to visit this area. We love the buzz, the vibrance, the beautiful buildings, the shops, the artists and above all, the mountain. The name of our favourite Italian restaurant in the Cape Quarter, Andiamo, means: Let’s go! The meaning of Bo-Kaap is Upper Cape Town.
It is worthwhile to visit the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock. On a Saturday the Neighbour Goods Market is very popular. If you like organic produce, this is for you. To see the designer cupcakes,tarts, cakes, artisan breads and many other delicious goodies, go there next Saturday. You will not regret it.
I tried my hand at HDR photography when visiting Europe in 2010. HDR stands for High-dynamic-range imaging. It is a technique to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than possible using standard digital imaging or photographic techniques. HDR images can represent more accurately the range of intensity levels found in real scenes, from direct sunlight to deep shadows, for example. HDR compensates for this by capturing multiple photographs at … Continue reading →
You will find Greyton some 1½ hours from Cape Town in the Overberg. It is a small, peaceful and picturesque village at the foot of the majestic Sonderend mountain range. Here you will find original thatched cottages, characterfull newer homes, tree lined streets and breathtaking mountain views. You will also find a surprisingly vibrant community life, think a Saturday market, a handful of good restaurants and a couple of interesting … Continue reading →