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Here is day 1 and day 2 of Sarah & Mickey's safari wedding at Thornybush Game Reserve. It's usually an interesting experience to visit the reception area early the next morning after a wedding, before everything is cleaned up.  It's a bit like deciphering a crime scene,...

Day II - Wedding! This is day two of Sarah & Mickey's incredible wedding adventure at Thornybush Game Reserve alongside the Kruger National Park. Here is day 1. The brief for the day? Early morning game drive, breakfast, relax like your'e on vacation, lunch, getting ready for...

Following should be a few blog posts, covering the four days we were in Thornybush for Sarah & Mickey's wedding celebration. I'm having withdrawal symptoms of not being in the bush, and it looks like I won't be there again for another while. Blogging a few...

I often find that people think if you are a professional photographer then automatically you must be good at all kinds of photography, like if you specialised in classical piano by day then you can by default also rock the roof off at night at...

From watching my feeds, it seems like we were not the only ones who had a tough year, here's to hoping this one turns out to be kick-ass. Let's just do it. To everyone who supported us over the year, thank you so so so much,...

The wedding of Wayne & Dominique took place exactly a week after the previous wedding I posted and it was in the same general area near Kruger National Park. The big question I had the whole winter through was whether or not to stay in the area...

My favourite weddings to photograph involve a select group of close family and friends, a beautiful but relaxed ceremony, light beers, chatting, wine, a great meal, and G&T's on a deck somewhere. At some point someone may be moved by the spirit to have a...

It's a little crazy if you think about it. I've gone on those morning walks in Kruger National Park before and have never seen anything except a fresh pile of elephant dung and a zebra, but have your wedding ceremony out in the bush and suddenly...