The landscapes of Southern Africa offer an unbelievable range of opportunities for photographers, with coast lines stretching for thousands of kilometers, while the Canola fields of the Overberg give colour to the winter months. The Karoo gives us desolation, but not without beauty. The Cedarberg and Drakensberg provide opportunities to those who put in the effort, while further north the deserts of Namibia lie just a few hundred kilometers from the Okovango Delta in Botswana. Forests stretch down from the sub-tropics in the Kwazulu Natal area, southwards as far as the Western Cape.