DIANA’S PEAK POST BOX WALK | Darrin Henry
Diana’s Peak, the endemic rich pinnacle of St Helena at 823m is THE post box walk to go on the top of anyone’s island activity sheet. Stunning 360 degree panoramic views, an easy to moderate level
A SURVIVAL BATTLE WE DON’T DARE LOSE | Darrin Henry
The formal roots of Conservation on St Helena were established 38 years ago following the dramatic recovery of the St Helena ebony, previously thought to be extinct. The late George Benjamin, now an icon
NATURE’S LIGHTING MASTERCLASS | There’s something completely irresistible about photographing the St Helena sunset. Anywhere along the north-western side of the island is a perfect front row seat to see the sun retreating down to the vast South Atlantic Ocean. It never gets old
SAMMI CHERRETT, 37, PUTTY HILL |
“When I first arrived here I was working at the Marine Department. One day somebody brought in this little tiny Fairy Tern chick in a box. It was going to be put to sleep because there was nobody
Chasing The Light – Landscape Photographs of St Helena
A LITTLE MOVIE ABOUT INVESTING IN TIME | Darrin Henry
Capturing good landscape photographs of St Helena, you would think would be easy for photographers living on the island, as we do. Pleased as Sharon and
A VISIT TO CAPE TOWN’S MOST FAMOUS ATTRACTION | Darrin Henry
The little furry animal on Table Mountain, the Rock Hyrax or ‘dassie,’ is just another of the delightful surprises for visitors to one of the world’s new seven wonders of nature, this iconic landmark towering over Cape Town.
THERE’S BLOOD IN THE WATER | Sharon Henry
Of all times to start my menstrual cycle – it would be when I decide to jump into the icy sea for an audience with a Great White Shark. Sharks can sniff blood from a mile off right? Plus I’ve seen all of the ‘Jaws’ films, so to say I’m apprehensive is a bit of an understatement.
It’s been a little while since we indulged in a picture post, just photos for pleasure, so to speak. As it’s Good Friday today, we’ve compiled a ‘Natural Landscapes of St Helena’ collection for Easter. The topography of St Helena does a great job
A CASE OF BAD WIND | Darrin Henry
I’m sure St Helena must have been blown a few inches north; it’s been so blustery today! Swelly seas and gale force winds; that’s us at the moment.
The blowy conditions I’m guessing was the reason for the huge, squiggly cloud
The Patience Of A Saint (Photographer) | Sharon Henry
We know the drill – alarm clock, brush teeth, clothes on, fill flask, kit bag, in the car, go, go go – smooth as a black ops team headed out before first light. Camera? Check. Tripod? Check.