Capturing life as we know it – in honour of Photography Day

Taken by - Shernovia Reddy

In a world where 350 million new photos are posted on Facebook daily, thousands if not millions of photographers across the globe inspire humans as they share a single photo with the sole desire to share their view with the world.

HAPPY: Residents of Eden Park are very happy to receive a warm meal at a blanket drive hosted by AFM Church Eden Park.

From everyday life to incredible landscapes, the global gallery is an evolving mosaic of images captured by photographers of all skills levels living in a diverse range of countries and cultures. Photography Day can be your platform, be it with your simple Samsung S6 or Canon EOS 1200D, the possibilities of photography are endless.

IMPACT: Younx BMXer lets it all out on the track (credit: Roedolf Walker)

According to Google, Johann Zahn designed the first camera in 1685. But the first photograph was clicked by Joseph Nicephore Niepce in the year 1814. It was thousands of years back that an Iraqi scientist Ibn- al- Haytham made a mention of this kind of a device in his book, Book of Optics in 1021.

RAT ATTACK: A woman from Booysens Squatter Camp is fed up with the rats that constantly attacked them in their shack. – Sibonelo Mtshali

The Caxton Joburg South branch joined in the fun of Photography and here are some of our best pics:

BROKEN: Natalie van Heerden threw a teacup on the floor to convey how broken she feels inside, after the accident with the EMPD officer left her permanently damaged.

Taken by – Shernovia Reddy

Taken by – Julie Maule

Taken by – David Pienaar.

Taken by – Elzaan Pienaar.

I took this pic in Braamfontein – Lucky Thusi

First day at Turffontein Primary School – Taken by Lucky Thusi

This young angel organised shoes for her fellow learners at Rosettenville Central Primary School – Lucky Thusi

Taken by – Elzaan Pienaar.

Taken by – Julie Maule

Taken by – Julie Maule

Taken by – Elzaan Pienaar.

Taken by – David Pienaar.

Taken by – David Pienaar.

Taken by – Shernovia Reddy

Taken by – Shernovia Reddy

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