Some Haiku photography More via https://elementaryposters.com/haiku-photography/ (including the haikus and explanation) The Haiku photo’s are on display at Studio98 in Napier, South Africa.Some Haiku Photography — Studio 98
Slowly we are changing our social media presence. Yes; we are planning events at Studio98 and more about that when the program is ready. In the meantime check our new Instagram account: @studio98napier Facebook account https://www.facebook.com/StudioOn98 is in the process of revitalising. One of the ideas is a facebook shop. Keep track! Studio98 is located […]New instagram account and more — Studio 98
Kenyan model Rachel Shabaan likes to show off Yvonne’s extraordinary jewellery. This time a necklace and an earring handmade of South African Sterling Silver combined with her own design ceramic elements; shaped and painted by me in the workshop of nearby Muddylane Pottery Thank you Madeleine).Model: Rachel Shabaan Photo made and processed (with textures in […]Wonderful collaboration between artists in Napier, South Africa and Kenya. — Studio on 98
Blue Crane with chicks
Haiku photography in Studio on 98 in Napier, Western Cape, South Africa . HAIKU DANCE Slow song sweetly sungshe sways gently. wishing forhis tender embrace
Napier is one of those small towns in South Africa one has to explore to find the hidden secrets. Except for some excellent eateries; stunning vistas in and around the village plus a few of the best wineries of South Africa (Yes: it’s true!!!) there are amongst others a craftsman who makes miniature working steam engines; a toy museum, a chess board maker; a military museum; potteries; a toy museum (the 92 yrs old owner still makes them) and a gallery. Some of these are only open ‘by appointment’ but if you ring the bell you can be sure of great hospitality. Oh … and there is amongst others also the largest sundial of South Africa and a ‘Voortrekkers Monument’ (ox wagon)….
A photo impression.
My wife Yvonne during one of her workshops. It’s a creative workshop where people learn to make jewellery of beach findings as kelp, sea weed, shells, driftwood, etc.