Does life really get much better than a gobsmacking sunset over a glistening, calm ocean partnered with a glass of wine (or a G & T if you’re feeling adventurous) and some brillo pads company to share it all with? I think not.

No matter where I am or what time of year it is, the above combination makes me feel happy and at ease and like all is good and right with the world (which is quite something considering the current rand-pound/dollar/euro/avocado exchange rate situation and the damper that that’s all putting on my upcoming overseas travel plans).

Sunsets and seascapes epitomise the holiday feels and they’re also two of my favourite things to photograph – they’re unpredictable, yet always beautiful and they don’t put up a fuss when I turn my lens towards them. Since – after three months of beach babing, mermaiding and camera wielding – my holiday is officially over (how sad), here’s a round-up of my favourite sunset and seascape scenes from over the summer.

Looking for shells early one morning on Keurbooms beach, Plettenberg Bay
Golden riptides at Sunset Beach, Cape Town
Sunset Beach offers and all encompassing view of Cape Town’s beautiful mountains, including Signal Hill
A beautifully still morning in Plettenberg Bay, seen from the Robberg Nature Reserve hiking trail
Family lunch on the water’s edge in Bantry Bay, Cape Town
One of the last sunsets of 2015 (and a rather apocalyptic one), Plettenberg Bay


Summer evening walks at the Keurbooms River mouth, Plettenberg Bay
Snapped this one earlier today During Valentine’s Day lunch at the Brass Bell, Kalkbay

Happy Valentine’s Day and thanks for visiting my blog. x


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