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‘Rose Valley’ uses their own organic roses to produce delicious products!  Here are a couple of pictures of some of their products that include rose petal preserve, rose petal syrup and potpourri.   Contact me if you would like to order some!  These are ideal for Mother’s Day!

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I love the diversity of corporate shoots!  There is so much detail to capture if you take a closer look!  I had a great timing shooting and editing these!

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I had so much fun on this corporate shoot!  What a joy working with so many textures and colours!

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Nic Rabinowitz and Rochelle Liedeman in action at Artjamming at Willowbridge Mall.  The artwork was for Jo’burg Child Welfare’s project “100 doors of hope – new beginnings” to mark their centenary year and raise awareness about their work in 2010.

”100 people have been tasked to take an old door and using it as a blank canvas, turn it into a magnificent piece of art. The doors will then be auctioned off later in the year…”

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Rinda Photography was there to capture the action during a corporate year-end function in December at Spier!  The Co-ordination Crew Events Company did a fantastic job with the theme ‘Let me entertain you’ and MC, Riaad Moosa, had everyone crying with laughter.  The Waterfront Theatre School had everyone spellbound with their dancing and singing and guests could not get enough of the colourful and high-energy singers of 3 Tons of Fun!  They had just about everyone on their feet and singing at the end of their show!

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This time it was Jeannie D, Jo-Ann Strauss and Johan Joubert painting their doors at Artjamming in Cape Town. The doors are for Jo’burg Child Welfare’s project “100 doors of hope – new beginnings” to mark their centenary year and raise awareness about their work. Rinda Photography was there to capture the action.

”100 people have been tasked to take an old door and using it as a blank canvas, turn it into a magnificent piece of art. The doors will then be auctioned off later in the year…”

Reference: Johannesburg Child Welfare

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