Bottom of Africa




I would love to share the amazing work of Simone Davel,a young photographer, with you.
 Her work is absolutely flawless and everytime I catch a glimps of a picture that she has taken, she stuns me with its beauty.  She understands how to capture a split second in time and, with it, that moments beauty. 

Here she has taken photographs which incorporate her love for landscapes.  She shares with us the extreme opposites of our diverse country in which the first picture captures the rush and pace of Johannesburg with the strength and force the city itself exudes.  The second picture shows how vast and solitary our country can be in areas where nature is the primary ruler and where man is but part of the bigger circle of life.  In these parts of our country, unlike in the first picture, you are humbled to realise that you are small and your problems insignificant in a much larger concept of life.

I would like to thank Simone for allowing me to share these pictures with you.

Please email me if you would like to contact her.

Images courtesy of Simone Davel.



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Arum Lilea: Bottom of Africa

Sunday, 12 February 2012

Bottom of Africa




I would love to share the amazing work of Simone Davel,a young photographer, with you.
 Her work is absolutely flawless and everytime I catch a glimps of a picture that she has taken, she stuns me with its beauty.  She understands how to capture a split second in time and, with it, that moments beauty. 

Here she has taken photographs which incorporate her love for landscapes.  She shares with us the extreme opposites of our diverse country in which the first picture captures the rush and pace of Johannesburg with the strength and force the city itself exudes.  The second picture shows how vast and solitary our country can be in areas where nature is the primary ruler and where man is but part of the bigger circle of life.  In these parts of our country, unlike in the first picture, you are humbled to realise that you are small and your problems insignificant in a much larger concept of life.

I would like to thank Simone for allowing me to share these pictures with you.

Please email me if you would like to contact her.

Images courtesy of Simone Davel.



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4 Comments:

At 14 February 2012 at 01:01 , Blogger dreaming en francais said...

These photos are beautiful.. I would love to travel to Africa someday! Thank you for the sweet comment xo

http://dreamingenfrancais.blogspot.com

 
At 14 February 2012 at 07:35 , Blogger El said...

Gorgeous photographs!
Your blog is so lovely, Leanne! I follow both on GFC and Bloglovin' :)

xoxo

 
At 14 February 2012 at 09:20 , Blogger Leanne said...

Thanks so much, El! It means so much especially coming from you!

 
At 7 May 2012 at 22:59 , Blogger Martha said...

These photos are great and I am very proud to have visited South Africa! It is a beautiful country and I definitely will visit again! Great blog I am now following you :)

Martha xx
http://marthasdiaryblog.blogspot.com/

 

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