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I revisited the Addington Childrens Hospital whilst the International Architects Congress was on and the exterior of the hospital has been beautifully restored. Well done Rodney Harber, and all those involved in funding, restoring and caring for this great building. The interior has a lot of...

I was fortunate to be invited to the Glenwood Memorial and what a moving ceremony. Kevin Jordan, the science teacher organized a really memorable commemoration with DVD's, pipes, school buglers playing the last post , a moving song "The Green Fields of France" and personal...

I have recently had the privilege of visiting the South African Delville Wood Memorial in France, one of the great battlefields of the 1916 Somme offensive. It is of particular importance to South Africa in that so many men of the S.A.Infantry Brigade gave their...

I completed a photo shoot at the Stainbank Nature Reserve in Yellowwood Park this week and met up with members of the Wilderness Leadership School based in the park. This organization does great work in teaching people the true meaning of ecology, and its objects...

I visited the Caversham Mill in the Natal Midlands yesterday to meet up with a very distant relative, Jack Mudd who grew up in Caversham, and whose Grandmother lived in one of the old wood & iron homes behind the Mill. The Mill, which was built...

Whilst I am often on the beach front, I have often walked past the Natal Command façade but never noticed the two gun emplacement positions directly adjacent to Pirates Lifesaving club. These Batteries were two of many gun emplacements constructed during WWII to protect...

A visit to this site on the farm Rietfontein,near Nicholson's Nek, brings one into contact with John Hawkesbury, the owner of the farm and an ex Military man (Kings Own Border Regiment & U.S.M.C.R).John kindly gave me some background and then allowed me to photograph...

A visit to this site which is on private property, provides an opportunity to stretch the legs up a fairly steep and overgrown kopje. Like the Brits in October 1899, I lost the path which ended in a full frontal ascent to the top, collecting...

Thanks to Alan Lukan,Sales manager at the Club for giving me the go ahead to photograph at Beachwood and DCC. I have been there yesterday and today and the courses are looking great. The assignment forced me to step back and look at the DCC facilities,...