Probably one of the most photographed mosques in South Africa, the Nizamiye Complex in Midrand is a sight to behold. This past Saturday, we decided to have an informal sunrise photo meet. While winter mornings are not the most comfortable, they do have the advantage of crisp clear skylines and easier timing (sunrise is a very manageable 6:55am)
A few weeks ago, we went on a Sunday photo-walk of Johannesburg. Using the Red Bus Tour service as our transport, we started at the Apartheid Museum (next to Gold Reef City) and worked out our into Johannesburg. From Ferreirasdorp to Carlton Center’s Top of Africa viewpoint. Johannesburg CBD on a Sunday provides ample of photo opportunities. Clean and safe. Like all cities, plan your photo-walk as a group.
Fietas, also known as Pageview, an area rich in history and every bit as iconic and memorable as Sophiatown and Langlaagte during the apartheid era of South Africa.
Below are my pictures from the day, most were taken under the train bridge where some urban city renewal took place in the form of graffiti, fresh paint and steel silhouettes.