Shot 30 December 2012 at The Strand beach, about half an hour from Cape Town.
Canon 5D Mk11. Canon 28-80mm L.
huge Gariep Dam (in South Africa) hides a concentration camp
built by the British during the Boer War (1899-1902). Thousands of women
and children died in these notorious 'camps' set up with the approval
of the Royal Family, to force the farmers to surrender and hand over
their country. Maybe that's why they sing: 'God save the Queen'.|
Derrick, Canon 1Ds Mk2, 28-70mm f2.8 L