Thursday, September 07, 2006

self portrait with denis


The public transportation in Durban is not really used by whites but Denis and I had sold our car for R300 and had to get across town to get an international drivers license for when we got to Florida. It was long but so great cause the driver played reggae really loud, 'Light My Fire' with a reggae beat, and we just giggled in anticipation of our big journey ahead.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Friday, September 01, 2006


"ghost ship", Indian Ocean Posted by Picasa

Thursday, August 31, 2006


I need a monkey, 2003 Posted by Picasa
"If you make pictures, don't speak, don't write, don't analyze yourself and don't answer any questions." - Robert Doisneau

"Whatever, it's probably the best advice I won't be able to follow but let's give it a go." - Shannon Kilday-Moore

Simon's Town, SA (I think) 2004 Posted by Picasa

toilet for charter crew, Wilson's Wharf, Durban, SA Posted by Picasa

"The British are coming!" Posted by Picasa

East London, South Africa 2004 Posted by Picasa

charter guests for day sail, Durban harbour, SA 2005 Posted by Picasa

bouy Durban harbour Posted by Picasa

underway on a delivery from Durban to Cape Town. Captain and crew, 2004 Posted by Picasa

Point Yacht Club, Durban, SA 2003 Posted by Picasa

Norbert and Oz, Long Street, Cape Town, SA 2005 Posted by Picasa

It's a sextant sweetie. - wild coast off South Africa 2004 Posted by Picasa

fishing boat in the harbour where we were moored in East London, SA, 2004. Posted by Picasa

fishing boats, East London, SA 2004. Taken in the harbour in the morning just after we moored. Posted by Picasa

Durban skyline at dawn, 2005 Posted by Picasa

dawn aboard Silhouette, Point Yacht Club, Durban, SA 2005 Posted by Picasa

Denis sleeping in the bed that came with the apartment, Cape Town, SA Posted by Picasa

under the overpass, Nassau, Bahamas Posted by Picasa

S/V FreeSpirit off the coast of Durban, SA 2005 Posted by Picasa

Jefferey's Bay, South Africa 2005 Posted by Picasa

nesting Posted by Picasa

I'm leaving Ft. Lauderdale for my one month visit to Bari, Italy in a few short weeks. I have sorta been planning this for months now but it doesn't really compute actually, not because it is so amazing to go overseas but just because it getting down to the wire and I haven't given it much thought. I'll camp out or stay in a friends apartment and just bum around taking photos and being free.

If anyone reads this and has some excellent advice or cool tips for ways to maximise the experience on less than a dollar a day (or damn close) then please let me know. I spent most of my money on the camera and the ticket. I am not at all the touristy type, I don't speak Italian though so I will try to take lessons there.
Any underground knowledge, strange stuff that is inherent to Bari, whatever but don't mention museums or shit like that. I probably will check out touristy stuff but it will be because my friends and I will feel obliged or I'll need to pick up a gift (read postcard) for a family member.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006


so, yeah, that's me Posted by Picasa