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Respect The Oceans | ©Arne Purves | #marineweek
Outdoor Photography
A tangle of abandoned fishing line, trapped in the inter-tidal kelp beds is a death sentence to unsuspecting marine wildlife. 
Brass Boat Propellor | Struisbaai | ©Arne Purves
Outdoor Photography
A brass boat propellor has stood the test of time, outlasting the boat to which it is attached.
Travel Photography
A Hartlaubs Gull sits on top of a fishing net that is being prepared for loading into a purse-sein trawler, Veldrift, Western Cape, South Africa.
Rip-current by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick.
Landscape Photography
A rip current forms along the De Hoop Nature Reserve coastline, Western Cape, South Africa
Agulhas Lighthouse by wildlife and conservation photographer Peter Chadwick
Travel Photography
Winter storm clouds pass the Agulhas Lighthouse as it shines its warning light out to sea at the southern tip of Africa.
West Coast Flower Time
Outdoor Photography
Visitors take pictures in the colourful fields of daisies up the West coast.
Outdoor Photography
Autumn colors turn vineyards into a vivid mixture of greens, reds, yellows and anything in between.
Wildlife Photography
During summer thunderstorms flying ants emerged in large numbers at the Addo Elephant National Park. These were rapidly snapped up by waiting birds, frogs and small mammals that made the most of protein feast. Many of the flying ants were also trapped in the numerous orb-spider webs that were heavily laden with water droplets.
Bird Photography
Cape Gannet pairs will often pick up and play with a discarded primary feather as part of their pair-bond strengthening. The feather is tossed up into the air than caught and passed from one bird to another. Chicks on the nest will also pick up feathers and toss them into the air as if they were preparing to swallow...
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