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A few months ago, the folks from 16Hours reached out to me and asked if they could use a few of my photos in their Urban issue. I didn’t hesitate in saying yes, and couldn’t be more excited about the final product.
There are 37 different photographers, all with their own unique interpretation of Urban spaces, in a really well designed and beautiful magazine.
Buy ‘Urban’ HERE (digital or physical).
Regarding my previous reblog:
I don’t think I mentioned it yet on this blog, but a few of my photos will be featured in 16hours magazine’s first issue, Wanderlust. It will be released June 16th and I’m extremely stoked to get a copy in my hands. Be sure to check out their twitter for up to date info.
We landed safely in Johannesburg Thursday, then hopped on another short flight to Capetown. First of all, the flight from NYC to Jozi was 16 hours.
We hit some turbulence around the halfway point and I (Donnell) was like ‘Well I guess I’ll throw up now…5 times.’ Luckily I didn’t really have anything in my stomach because I hate flying because it makes me nauseated therefore I eat little to nothing. So after I lose some weight the old fashioned way, I notice a screen that gives us flight details and see that we have 6 hours left in the air and I want to strangle somebody.
Anyway, we’re staying at a Villa in Observatory because we’re fancy like that. Observatory is a neighborhood on the southern edge of Cape Town - lots of row style houses with scalloped Dutch Colonial facades (that means fancy). We’re staying with a friend of mine (Andrew…and soon to be friend of Donnell) in his lovely, vibrant home - there’s a silver room, a purple living room, and a kitchen with orange animal hide rugs. And yet, it all feels tasteful somehow. You can see some pictures in the next post…we have a fireplace AND chandelier…again…fancy.
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