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ICeland 2019

New Photos and our travel itinerary!!

Watamolla Beach - Royal National Park, N
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2019 - Bathurst 12hr
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After I graduated at the end of 2012, I started working as a Civil Engineer.  I was based at a large project in Mpumalanga.  During the three years I was located there, I purchased my first camera.  Photography, along with cycling and the occasional round of golf was my only way to escape from work.  During these three years, the biggest blessing in my life also took place - I met my best friend, my partner in crime, my wife.  Since then, we've been happily inseparable.  

 

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Next, we moved to Pretoria, where I was fortunate enough to work on an award winning project at the Rosslyn BMW manufacturing plant.

During this time, I bought my second camera,  which resulted in my wife getting her first camera.  We enjoyed weekends of photography in the surrounding national parks, taking photos of the Big 5 and birds.  Bird photography soon became my favorite activity. 

Following this, we made a massive life decision to move to Sydney, Australia, in early 2017.  With a wonderful work/life balance, we soon had a lot of free time on weekends to drive around and explore Sydney and NSW.  Unfortunately the birds aren't as interesting (a lot more noisy though), but with a love for photography I soon found new interests - landscapes, the beach, architecture, waterfalls, motor racing, etc.  All of this is thanks to the freedom of being able to safely walk around with a camera around your neck - something most people take for granted.

Now that you know a bit more about me, please take a look at my photos and enjoy.

Stefan

About Me:

I was born and raised in South Africa.  I spent the majority of my life living in Oudtshoorn, a beautiful small town in the Western Cape.  I grew up playing golf, fishing and doing cycling.

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I finished high school in 2008, after which I studied a degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Stellenbosch.  

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