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Two Oceans Aquarium uses Steve Benjamin’s image as entrance.

Steve Benjamin, Two Oceans Aquarium
The Two Oceans Aquarium has re-done their entrance arch with one of my slip-level images and it’s massive! The idea for this project was too take visitors underwater, without them getting wet. Structurally this arched image, will bring visitors from the V&A Waterfront as the leave the surface and bring them underwater. Image installation at… Read More

Elephant Seal still on Duiker Island with the Cape Fur seals in Cape Town

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Elephant Seal still on Duiker Island with the Cape Fur seals in Cape Town The Hout Bay, Duiker Island, Southern Elephant seal is still hanging around and seems to be taking a liking to playing roughly with Cape Fur seal. The Animal Ocean staff thought that perhaps our visitor would of left after last weeks huge swells, but afraid not. The massive… Read More

Cape Town Activities – Things to do in Cape Town

These are our favourite Cape Town activities, if I was a visitor here, I'd want to know about these activities. I'm the kind of person that wants to see wildlife, be outdoors in nature and get away from the crowds if possible. So this is a list of activities in Cape town the I think meets those criteria and you should no miss. I've lived here my… Read More

Cape Town Wildlife – What to see ?

CAPE TOWN WILDLIFE Who needs a safari? Animals you can see in and around Cape Town Cape Town has a lot of wildlife is you know where to look. While spotting the Big 5 from the back of an open-top safari vehicle may be the ultimate dream for first-time visitors to South Africa, you need not head to the bush to experience spectacular wildlife… Read More

Cape Fur Seal in the media – Dances with Seals

The playful Cape Fur seal in Cape Town have been making the news locally and abroad. A recent image made it into the Telegraphs "picture of the day". Below is great article by Leanna Farish, - view original source here Dances with Seals The seal eyeballs me. She’s gliding slowly through the water beneath me, her huge, wide-open eyes… Read More

Sardine Run 2012 – Image Summery

I’m often asked “How was this years Sardine Run?” and the easy answer is … absolutely incredible. Being apart of this event and witnessing it each year is a privilege. It is an emotional, physical and mental journey that is highlighted by its massive contrasts. This is more than just a diving trip or something one does and moves on from,… Read More