It seems like an age since I have been back in the Drakensberg with a photography group. It made this last trip seem like a homecoming as I and a group from African Impact made our way to Royal Natal and Cathedral Peak sections of the Drakensberg Mountains. Cold clear skies meant stable weather for once (winter is considered the most stable time of year in terms of weather - barring the odd blizzard of course). This meant for less clouds in the sky sadly, but it did mean for star trails (for once - we've been thwarted by overcast skies of late).
|A crack in the rock below Cascades forms a waterfall at the back of a cave.|
|The stream running through rainbow gorge. This particular image is a composite of two shots to at different focus points to enable front to back sharpness - focus stitching in other words.|