Cape Town

photographing Cape Town
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Cape Aflame - Cape Town's Dance with Fire ©Arne Purves
Conservation
The March 2015 fires will forever remain scorched into the memory of all Capetonian's. As the last remaining pine plantations took to flame, their burning beauty was matched only by the selfless efforts of all firefighters, responding agencies, donors and capetonians that rallied like never before!
King Protea_©PeterChadwick_AfricanConservationPhotographer.
Conservation
The Cape Floristic Kingdom (CFK) is situated in the southern tip of South Africa and stretches from Niewoudville in the north across to Port Elizabeth in the east. Oceans bound it to the south and west and the arid Karoo to the north and east. It covers only 90 000 square kilometres, but contains the highest diversity of plant...
Cape Gannet_©PeterChadwick_AfricanConservationPhotographer.jpg
Conservation
When it comes to making an impact, beautiful imagery surpasses almost all other media. This is why the Oceans of Life Photographic Competition 2015 is the centrepiece of BirdLife South Africa’s Oceans of Life events. By submitting your images to this photographic competition, you are personally helping BirdLife in their mission to protect marine environments.
Cape Vulture_©PeterChadwick_AfricanConservationPhotographer.jpg
Conservation
Wildscreen is an award-winning wildlife conservation charity that shares awe-inspiring images of life on Earth to empower conservation around the world.  When strong storytelling and captivating imagery are united to portray the planet, they believe that people are moved to take action to protect it.
Cape Sugarbird_©peter chadwick_African Conservation Photography
Western Cape Birding
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, lying at the base of the Table Mountain chain and within the suburbs of Cape Town is world-renowned for its floral displays of the fynbos of the Cape Floristic Kingdom. This incredible diversity of plant life, in turn attracts the best of the Western Cape birds, including many of the highly sought after endemics and makes...
Pin cushions and pelargoniums by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Photography
With the global wonder of Table Mountain as its icon, the Western Cape is also the centre of the Cape Floristic Kingdom that is one of the world’s richest biodiversity and scenic hotspots. The coastline and marine environments are amongst the most diverse on the planet as a result of the mixing of the Agulhas and Benguela currents. All...
National Marine Week 2014 | False Bay Coastline | ©Arne Purves
Conservation
National Marine Week is a campaign that aims to educate all South Africans about the role oceans play in their daily lives.
Dubai Shark Market by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Marine Conservation
Our oceans have long been perceived to be an endless opportunity for exploitation and as a dumping ground for our waste. The oceans are vital to the health of our planet and are now at severe risk from this over-exploitation and lack of care. Below are some of the greatest risks currently facing our ocean as well as list...
Adult black-browed Albatros by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Western Cape Birding
The small group of people, clad in weather proof clothing, stood huddled around in the darkness, listening to John Graham expertly give his briefing about what we could expect on the trip that lay ahead of us. My mind was running in fast-forward, keen to get onto the boat and head out to sea on this chilly early morning....
Common Ringed Plover by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.jpg
Western Cape Birding
Baden-Powel drive is one of the many roads that runs along the spectacular False Bay coastline and links various parts of the Cape Town metropole. The road which runs right next to the sandy beach front and crashing waves will often produce views of Cape Cormorants flying in their characteristic V-shaped skeins as well as endangered African Black Oystercatchers...
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