Friday’s Photo with RoddyTheFox

Giant Yucca

The Botanic Gardens have some quite magnificent exotic trees…

The Astronomical Toposcope and 1820 Settlers National Monument

Just across the road from the front entrance of the Monument…

January Storm Clouds

We’ve been blessed with some heavy rains and with the rains have come some really impressive cloudscapes…

A Year Ago

January 2019 saw me out and about taking photos for my Grahamstown 1820-2020 Heritage photo-book…

Stormy Skies Over Cross Street

The recent hot and humid weather has brought some amazing light and thunder clouds…

Giant Yucca

Giant Yucca

The Botanic Gardens have some quite magnificent exotic trees…

January Storm Clouds

January Storm Clouds

We’ve been blessed with some heavy rains and with the rains have come some really impressive cloudscapes…

A Year Ago

A Year Ago

January 2019 saw me out and about taking photos for my Grahamstown 1820-2020 Heritage photo-book…

On Gunfire Hill

On Gunfire Hill

The storm clouds have been developing nicely this week so I have been out to see if I can capture the clouds seething over Gunfire Hill…

Drought

Drought

We all know about Grahamstown’s water problems.

Out with a Bang

Out with a Bang

This was taken last Tuesday night when a spectacular storm rolled along the Eastern Cape coast.

Almshouses by moonlight

Almshouses by moonlight

This is one of the very first pictures I took when I started photographing the heritage sites in Grahamstown.

Prince & Oak

Prince & Oak

Hidden away behind the Observatory Museum on Bathurst Street and the Sole Memorial Church on High Street is this old two story house on the corner of Prince and Oak.

Karoo Sky

Karoo Sky

We were driving along the gravel road past Blaauwater siding…

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