Archives / 2013 / March
  • Caged Sadness

    The emotive nature of pictures is often what brings them their popularity. People seem to revel in sadness as much as they do in beauty ... if not sometimes more. 

    The good news is that this picture is from a rescue centre which educates people about owls and other birds. 

    FACT: Owls have long been a part of human folklore and legend. Owls are depicted in cave paintings in France …

  • Garden and Home Rose

    A rose so pure and unspoilt is why is has long been used as the symbol of love and beauty throughout the world. This specific rose was grown by Ludwigs Roses for Garden and Home magazine in celebration of their 50th anniversary, a milestone not to be sneezed at in an industry where magazines struggle to survive in an increasingly competitive market.

    The Garden and Home Rose is growing in my …

  • Silky Skies

    South Africa is home to some of the most exquisite sunsets, sunrises, skies and scenery that the world has to offer. Capturing the vastness of landscape that we have to offer at the same time is no easy feat. This picture reminds me how lucky I am to have South Africa as my home.

    Picture credit: Oosterbroek Photography /

  • Unscathed Butterfly

    There are few things in life that are left unscathed from the harshness in the world. When its perfection is captured it should be shared so everyone can remember that it might not be a perfect world but there are still perfect pieces in it.

    Picture credit: Oosterbroek Photography /

    Tags: Picture Perfect