Window to the Past

During my last visit to the Free State for a Brink family reunion, I decided to drive to the original farm where my father grew up, which is located in the southern part of the province. This photograph was taken from outside one of the broken conservatory windows looking in.

“When an elder dies, it is as if an entire library has burned to the ground.” This is a very old, but true African saying. One cannot help but wonder about the hundreds of conversations, hours of laughter and millions of memories that were created on this site.

Blazing Sky
The ‘Haunted’ Hillbrow Hospital

Frozen Reflections

“Without reflection, we go blindly on our way, creating more unintended consequences, and failing to…


Everything is recorded in my subconscious mind.  I can access what I need, when I…

Physical Weakness


Blurred Vision

One of my many favourite things in life … a highveld thunderstorm.  These images were…

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