Endless Frame Photography

iPhonography – S. Africa

Shot entirely on an iPhone 4s, and edited using Instagram here are shots from a Winter vacation to South Africa.


 A whirlwind 18 days that whisked me from a cold and snowy Chicago to the warm breezy shores of Cape Town S. Africa. A hellish 30 hour 4 plane journey pulled me over the Atlantic and into and out of Senegal, before reuniting me with my beautiful fiance. Swarmed by welcoming family and shoved into a car, I was meeting them for the first time and my nervousness soon dissipated into a giddy dizziness. So much to see and so much do, and with their help they were making sure I saw all of it. I’ve traveled quite a bit, but it was my first time to Africa and my first time south of the equator. It seems so long ago that I was there, but it was recent enough that I had these pictures taking up space on my phone. I really can’t believe all that I was able to see and do while I was there, and its hard to grasp that these picture are all from one trip. However, every time I speak with my girlfriend there is always some new place or adventure she mentions and I know its only a matter of time until we return again.


This entry was published on March 20, 2014 at 3:39 am. It’s filed under Phoneography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “iPhonography – S. Africa

  1. lifelifedeathdeath on said:

    So very beautiful!

  2. Beautious! Great photos from your phone. You two love birds are so perfect! ♥

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