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Grey Heron scanning the water for breakfast.


Stay strong. Weekend is coming soon.


@luelfelipe getting deep.


"Surfing's one of the few sports that you look ahead to see what's behind." Laird Hamilton


Stylish carve by @barronmamiya


"Never drive away from good surf." Roger Sharp. @barronmamiya getting absolutely shacked.


There are a million ways to surf, and as long as you're smiling you're doing it right. @lfioravanti boosting high.


WELCOME TO THE GREEN ROOM WITH @luelfelipe As the bustling Ballito Pro was in full swing three Brazilian Pro's slipped quietly down the beach to the smallest little bay where the wave's were absolutely cranking off this concealed point. No sunscreen was required as the three traded barrel after barrel.


In bird photography, mostly we photograph an individual bird. While photographing individual birds, it is always a good idea to fill the frame with the bird.


An awe inspiring part of South Africa, the Drakensberg Mountains.


Pattern composition’s can be very effective when working with wildlife. It requires patience to wait for groups of animals to align in a pleasing pattern, but when the opportunity arises, seize the moment to create a dynamic and different wildlife image.


The giraffe's scientific name, Giraffa camelopardalis, comes from the ancient Greeks' belief that it looked like a camel wearing a leopard's coat


Golden hour with a beautiful Kudu Bull.


The Moses Mabhida Stadium is a stadium in Durban, South Africa, named after Moses Mabhida, a former General Secretary of the South African Communist Party. ... It was one of the host stadiums for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The stadium has a capacity of 62,760.


Afternoon runs made easy with backdrops like this.


A Father’s Day spent traveling through the picturesque Valley of a 1000 Hills in the comfort of the Umgeni Steam Railway Train. Leaving from Kloof Railway Station (Stokers Arm’s) you will wind your way through the hill’s on your way to the Inchanga Railway Station where you spend an hour or two exploring the various craft markets whilst enjoying something to eat and a cup of coffee, tea or cool drink. Have a look-see at the model train collection or explore the history museum where the on duty curator will answer all your questions and blow your mind with some unknown facts. Umgeni Steam Railway is a non-profit organization run by volunteers. The organization is dedicated to preserving the heritage of railways in South Africa. For the small price of R240.00 it is well worth it and an awesome idea for a family excursion. Visit and book


The African spoonbill feeds in shallow water, and fishes for various fish, molluscs, amphibians, crustaceans, insects and larvae.The shape of their beaks is perfect for sifting through the mud.


Grey Heron in the morning light...