I'm home after spending two incredible weeks in Mozambique. Visiting friends, soaking up the sun, catching up on reading, diving with giant squid and waking up to the sound of the waves. I was also lucky enough to grab a couple of days work for Plan International, who do fantastic work in the South of the country - I visited 10 project sites in two days, so quite a whirlwind of impressions and I wish, wish, wish I spoke just a little bit of Portuguese. While I get around to editing everything, here's some land & some sea.
Here we go - three months of silence on the daily blogging front means some images are very much overdue. It would take me until next September to sort shots into the correct days and find images for those days when I simply lay in the sun and did nothing (or the lying in the couch when avoiding the rain when I was in Belgium). Instead, I have thrown a few images in a vaguely random order into a slideshow format - as sort of 'this is the summer that was...' with some holidaying and some commissioned stuff. In the meantime, I have also added a new portfolio gallery from a trip to Cape Town's schools.
I was in South Africa's stunning Cape Town for a couple of weeks in July - shooting Education International's World Congress and taking some time to work on some personal project material. Rather than post all the images day by day here, I thought it would make more sense to point you to the Flickr photostream set up for the occasion... these shots were thrown up every day as the congress sessions ended but for a rush select and edit, I think they're not bad. Go here to check them out.