Dwesa Nature Reserve is a hidden gem for coastal photography. A rough and bumpy 3-hour drive protects its beauty from the masses, but those who go there are rewarded with wild beaches and rectangular tide-pools. Don’t come here in a rush and don’t expect any more than the most basic infrastructure.

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Colourful sunrise over geometric tidepool formations on the coast of South Africa

Perpendicular Dream


Today, after my last post's visit to Iceland's icy and well-known shores (check out: "Beached Jewel") I'm going to take you to one of South Africa's secluded gems. Hidden away and well protected by a long and bumpy dirt road lies a unique…

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