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Shifting sands create faces in the dunes at the West Coast National Park. Photographed by Hannelie de Klerk on 28 July 2012.

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Serendipity is a great asset that makes many photographs more than what they would have been. In this instance the chicken's decision to run across the shot I was framing meant it became one of my favourite homesteads forever. Photographed in the Natal Midlands on 13 July 2014.

Serendipity is a great asset that makes many photographs more than what they would have been. In this instance the chicken’s decision to run across the shot I was framing meant it became one of my favourite homesteads forever. Photographed in the Natal Midlands on 13 July 2014.

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  1. This is so tangible!! One can imagine that if you had to touch one little finger to any part of this art work that it would all glide to the bottom. You capture this potential for movement so beautifully here Hannelie!!

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