From the moment we are born, there are those souls that touch our lives. Some interactions are transient while others leave us with lasting impressions of lives shared. It is souls like this that touch our lives in meaningful ways.
Tikko Pup, was one such soul; intelligent, quirky, fun and mischievous. You brought much joy and comfort through some through some tough times and you will be dearly missed.
I salute you Tikko, you will always be a pup to me.
The theme of the Photo Challenge this week is Infinite, here are my interpretations & submissions. Take a look and let me know what you think (^_^).
Eagle-Eye: Always looking toward the infinite horizon. Another photo taken at the Falcon Ridge Birds of Prey show while on holiday in Central Drakensberg. My favourite part of this image is the horizon and Drakensberg mountain reflected in the eye of the eagle
The Tree of Life: Death is not the end just a stage in the infinite circle of life. Found this thriving creeper growing all around the trunk of a massive but bare tree, while taking a walk on the grounds of The Nest, in the Drakensberg. The tree must have been amazing in its prime.
Durban Skyline: A city of infinite dreams. Photo taken from one of the upper decks on board the MSC Sinfonia early last year.
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Let me know which image resonates with you. I look forward to hearing your opinions.
For this Week’s Challenge I had to delve into some deep and dark disk space. Alas, my questing is at an end! I have finally found the perfect picture that captured a surprising moment for me.
This photograph is of my cousin, at his fathers’ 55th Birthday party. I have titled it “Zombie Tiki Boy”, and this is its origin.
It was my intention to sneak up on him (my cousin, not his father) for a candid, while he was preparing lovely tropical “refreshments” for the many party guests…Suddenly, he whirled around and struck this pose. I was so surprised, my camera almost landed in a vat of juice.
This image was captured, as my heart stopped. I only wish someone had been around to capture my expression, I’m told that it was “priceless”.
I had the good fortune of being invited to shoot some promo images for Wired Temple’s concert “A Wired Christmas” on the 15 Dec 2012 at 560 South Gate in Phoenix at 19:00.
Check out their A Wired Christmas 2012 Promo video:
“Local rock outfit Wired Temple will be performing classic and contemporary Christmas tracks that will engage the whole family. Sound, lights, production is promising to make sure a wonderful time of spreading the cheer this Christmas.”
Video by Shurvir Harrilal.
Wired Temple are a Christian Rock Band based in Phoenix, South Africa. The band consists of two sets of brothers:
Photo of a little dam near Clarens, South Africa. Taken on a very misty and rainy day. I was lucky enough, to be in the right place at the right time; to witness nature taking a breath before unleashing a mighty storm.