Attitudes are contagious. Make yours worth catching…
I can not believe how time flies and how ones situation and plans change within a few minutes.
I have a list as long as the highway of posts I still need to post. To start of my 2010 World Cup Tour at least these photo’s are all edited. Then I have our 2012 Family holiday to blog but still busy editing. Wait I am not finished yet my September 2013 Sanpark’s and Flower Holiday also needs to be edited and posted… I think when I have finished with these 3 big holiday’s then I will be very close to my 2000 post mark.
At this stage I try to keep my recent shoots updated and posted as soon as possible.
In the near future and I know all my plans will work out I will be so busy capturing everybody and everything that I will have to invest in a good office assistant to help sifting through all my work… For now I am working on a schedule to work through everything and more…
The reason for this post is mainly to say thank you for all my fellow bloggers visiting my blog on a regular basis. I promise I will make some time to visit all your blogs within the next few weeks. Have a time slot for reading blogs now while I am on my exercise bike in the mornings….
Once again thank you for your support.
PS: I am also giving my business a little face lift. What do you think of my new Business card?
I took my first photo’s of Ruby when she was approx 8 weeks old. I have posted photo’s every week till she was 29 weeks old.
One of these days Ruby will be one year old and I can’t believe how time flies. She is a beautiful grown dog now and still loves chewing on old crocks and sticks. She also makes us mad with her ball. She just loves playing outside with her tennis ball. Her training is coming along great and she is very obedient. But like any child she also takes chances and when she was naughty you can see it straight away. I love Ruby to bits and cannot imagine my day without her by my side or next to my desk.
Here are a few photo’s I took of her this morning while playing fetch with her.
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A few weeks back we had our first meeting for this awesome project by Mrs Cape Town 2013 Chantal Whitthuhn.
We are collecting ties old, new, unused, unwanted any shape and size for three designers who will then design 12 outfits each made out of these ties. I am looking forward to seeing what they came up with. These 36 outfits will then be auctioned off on the Gala evening to raise funds for the Children of Cape Town. More on the event at a later stage.
Meet Our three designers are Hein Smit, Saskia Wicomb and Marshal Enyloma.
Photographers that are going to be involved with this project is. Martin van Niekerk and myself of course.
The Event is going to be held at the All Star Theatre and will stretch over two days. 27 and 28 June 2014.
Here are some of the behind the scenes photo’s I took.
For more photo’s please visit First Save the Tie Save a Child Meeting on my website.
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