The distortion of the images is giving back the photographer’s impression of the region as a tourist. He had just two weeks for visiting, so he had to be fast. Maybe too fast. Photos were taken and they came out distorted, by the speed of the travel.

But that is the fate of a tourist. He can’t go deep into a area, he has to remain on the surface. He arrives, looks around and leaves.

The selection of 21 Images are taken all over the Western Cape province, Cape Agulhas, Capetown, Tablemountain and Robben Island, distorted of course.

The photos were taken with a cellphone.

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