This is the Kamberg Valley this morning at sparrow’s fart.
What were you doing in the Kamberg Valley at sparrow’s fart?
I went on an outing with Stephen Pryke, a photographer from Hilton. He knew where the best vantage points were for photographing the sunrise and capturing the mist. I had a lovely morning traipsing through the countryside.
They are lovely photographs Cathy. I see you have taken to signing your pics, have you thought of posting on any photographic sites? Pure dedication getting up at “sparrow’s farts” and really worth it. I wish there was someone in my area that offered what Stephen Pryke does (had a look at his website). There is a photographer in Hout Bay but I would have to get up before the “sparrow’s fart”, miles from where I live 🙂 Keep up the good work Cathy and by the way what camera equipment do you us?
PS Especially love the “cobweb with the barn” photo
Thanks Louise, I use a Nikon d3100 (lovely camera) and that’s about it – I can’t be bothered with too much paraphernalia. I also like the “cobweb” photo, all it needs is the headless horseman riding out of the mist!.
What lovely photos! Now I have been to your beautiful part of the country, I can almost smell the countryside you are now a part of!
BTW, congratulations on your 3 years (I think you said?) of blogging!
Thanks Adam. Yes 3 years, my how time flies!
Cathy, I’m absolutely jealous, but happily so! These photographs are soooo professional!
Now, explain to me what a “fart” is as opposed to what I know it is.
Apparently, sparrows get up very early in the morning and let out a little fart signifying their awakening. At least I like to imagine they do!
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