wrote Daniel_Johnson on Monday, 13 July 2020 Thinking of trying to get to this cave soon - would be very grateful for any photos of the inside cave, and any info about how many people it sleeps (and how the views are, in particular compared with Fangs Cave). How far down is it from the escarpment, and is it feasible to get to from the base of Fangs Pass in a day?
wrote Sterkhorn on Tuesday, 11 April 2017 It is satisfying to oneself when achieving photographic results close to the original objective, but it is also encouraging when it is appreciated by others - thanks for the comments.
wrote tiska on Tuesday, 11 April 2017 The light on the droplets and the streaks really make it work! Its so far from the kind of photo I would ever think to take. That's what is nice about these galleries - they teach you to notice stuff. Likely I would be cooking tea in the cave and cussing the rain on a day like this.
wrote Sterkhorn on Monday, 10 April 2017 Thanks. What intrigued me was the light on the still droplets. I guess when one has an interest in photography, one becomes more aware of these kind of opportunities.
wrote GetaPix on Tuesday, 28 March 2017 That is quit a dramatic shot with the flow so strong. Do you have any more of this event showing more of the drop? Spectacular. Well done on shooting as it does not look like the most comforting conditions it was shot in
wrote Richard Hunt on Friday, 06 January 2017 For me the Berg is about magnificent mountains surrounded by clouds and enveloped in mist, a constant drama unfolding before one's eyes........and this image says it all. Nice one Elinda :)
wrote RudiVE on Wednesday, 13 July 2016 Its not a pass. I just went as far as I could up the george from Mahai following the Thugela river. I wanted to see how close I could get to the falls just for fun day hike.