Category Archives: Outdoors

Just to let you know that we are having an amazing time in the Canadian Rockies and will post the great pictures as soon as we are back in society. PLEASE NOTE that we forgot to change the message on our voicemail and have no international roaming. So please rather email than phone us up […]

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The early explorers didn’t think it was possible to find snow on the African continent. When a report made its way back to Europe in the 1800’s about the discovery of a mountain on the Serengeti plains topped with a thick layer of snow, it was received with much disbelieve and chuckles. Little did they know ….

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Yesterday we looked at some quick highlights for the first 6 months of our Blog’s first year. Today we continue to look back at the exciting past 6 month journey through pictures & words that became memories for so many out there.

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My lovely wife always encourage and reminds me to celebrate the milestones in life … a time to reflect, rethink (or just to think!), dream and to thank. If you have the time, join me for a short snippet highlight journey through the Blog the past year …

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Tulbagh Wedding Photography

I had a  run away bride and groom this weekend!  And boy, were they fast … It is always important for us at Peartree Photography to build a great relationship with the couples that last longer than just the engagement period and wedding day.  This weekend was a perfect example.  We ran the Crazy Store […]

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Maltese Kruis, Cederberge When I have a weekend off, I try to make the most of my time.  This weekend we took Elih for his first major hike to the Maltese Cross in the Cederberg.  He loved it! These photos are dedicated to quite a few people.  First, to all who got to know me […]

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I’ve been having a great time off after the wedding. For once I am not missioning everywhere and just do whatever the day brings me. Yesterday has been an amazing adventure though. I took a vehicle up to Rohtang Pass, arguably the second highest road in the world at 3978m. At a point we got […]

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As I try to finish work before leaving home for my next wedding, I decided to test our MacPac Possum Carrier on Elih (11 weeks).  Up to now he has been too small.  I even tried sitting him down on a butternut at 3 weeks.  Still he wasn’t ready (and the butternut was extra weight!). […]

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