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  • A Buddhist and a cat named Toby walk into a bar Strip away any preconceptions and think of this as purely practical. Anything else will be gravy; if you like gravy. Reading and hearing good things, I still didn’t know where or how to start.  Religion and spirituality would be hilarious if they weren’t so scary.  I like hilarity, not dogma – so I wasn’t sure if I could relate to meditation. Remove […] No responses January 16, 2015
  • The long wait. Just a dude on a pier. Its funny how sad and romantic are often the same thing. 7 responses February 16, 2010
  • Mad sunset ablaze over Signal Hill. Sometimes sunsets bring out the zombies in us – we take out the camera, and without thinking point towards the light. So, although I try and avoid taking direct pictures of sunsets – there are times like this when the sky and clouds are lit up in amazing ways that you just have to let […] 10 responses February 8, 2010
  • Lost Without You. So while I was writing this up I had iTunes on shuffle and up came a Robin Thicke song, “Lost Without You”. I looked at the photo and thought, oh, ok. I’ve recently discovered the amazing photography of Ansil Adams. By all accounts a larger than life personality with just enough genius, paradox, and eccentricity […] 2 responses February 5, 2010
  • Judy I tend to like portraits of people smoking. It’s like in that moment, there is often a reflection of thought/emptying of thoughts or a moment of feeling/non-feeling. I normally find it quite interesting to try and capture. 4 responses January 27, 2010
  • Faith. The shoreline is such an amazing place for reflection – literally, externally, internally. This year its my self promise to visit the ocean more – enjoy more sunsets, and be out in nature whenever I can. 2 responses January 15, 2010
  • Table Mountain and Cape Town panorama at night. My first shoot with my new camera. Stitched together from two photos. The original image is over 6800px wide, so unfortunately you don’t get to see the detail in this shot. At a larger size it might make a really cool print for those who like a little bit of Cape Town in their home. […] 7 responses January 11, 2010
  • Diagonal Lovin’. This seems like a staged shot, but one of the things I dig about it, is that it was completely candid. Ended up being one of my favourite shots, with the diagonal stripes of the dress and upward perspective helping out the composition. 7 responses October 19, 2009
  • Gatsby I thought this was cool. The school uniform, the cigarette, the Gatsby R50 written on the hand. 3 responses October 12, 2009
  • Sand Dunes at Bettie’s Bay Took this shot during a weekend away earlier this year. It’s amazing how if you get a little creative with your perspective while shooting, you can come up with much more interesting compositions. I took this lying down on my stomach, with a mouthful of wind-swept sand as evidence. One response October 12, 2009