In this fast-paced world of instant messaging and fast fashion, it’s a luxury to stand still and be fully present, truly appreciating the beauty and joy around us. Mother and son team Kassie and Tushya Naidoo recently spent seven unforgettable days in Kashmir where the local people reminded them what slow living really feels like.
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHERS
Kassie Naidoo is curious – curious about life, people and vanishing cultures. Her passion for art in all its forms is what feeds her.
Tushya Naidoo is searching – swinging between his love for aesthetics and his passion for technology. He finds both, capturing… Read More
The luxury carmaker’s new version of the Rolls-Royce Phantom has been described as “a powerful statement of design, engineering and bespoke expertise” by Peter Schwarzenbauer, chairman of Rolls-Royce and BMW Group board member.
The new Phantom has several technological features, including an alertness assistant, four-camera system with panoramic view, all-round visibility (including helicopter view), night vision and vision assist, active cruise control, collision warning, pedestrian warning, cross-traffic warning, a 7×3 high-resolution head-up display, Wi-Fi hotspot and the latest navigation and entertainment systems.
Glasgow-born photographer David Yarrow swapped an illustrious 30-year career in finance for a life behind the lens. Now one of the world’s best-selling photographers, he’s represented by prestigious galleries across the world. His subject matter is the natural world and its inhabitants, with a sharp and unsentimental focus on endangered species and vulnerable people and areas. Yarrow’s frequent use of extremely low angles creates a sense of immersion into his images, while his stark, wide-angle shots convey the remoteness and harshness of the isolated areas he visits. Once seen, his images are not easily forgotten, which as a conservationist,… Read More
Scott Ramsay’s photographic coffee-table book celebrates South Africa’s natural heritage, featuring all 19 national parks and 11 provincial reserves in his 400-page book, South Africa’s Wildest Places (self-published).
Photojournalist Scott Ramsay hopes to inspire people to care about conservation by sharing his own love for Africa’s natural wonders. For the past 10 years, he’s photographed southern and central Africa’s wild places, and interviewed the rangers and researchers who live and work there.
The book is the culmination of three years of immersion in our country’s 30 most special national parks. For Scott, Africa’s wild places are the most valuable on the continent, not only… Read More
It all started when I was a young girl. I grew up in Botswana, appreciating nature and the simple beauty that surrounded me. My love for photography was sparked at a young age – the first time I saw a real camera. My neighbours had a beautiful, yet old and broken one that I just had to play with. It determined what I looked at and what I saw when I did. I started taking pictures and documenting my life, the people I loved and nature. I eventually… Read More
Think of Melville and not only does it’s residents, nightlife or creative culture spring to mind, but one can’t not mention the last conserved remnant of Johannesburg’s ridges which were left untouched during the gold rush of 1886. Dating back three billion years, this Johannesburg City Heritage Site has become a hiking oasis. Here’s a look at the trail ahead as you make your way through it’s indigenous vegetation as it was hundreds of years ago.