Katie Tardif

Just Kids

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This was one of the first photos I took in Africa. I had been there for less than 24 hours, quickly unpacked and left for a trip to Hermanus. At first look the vastness of the Indian Ocean colliding with the cliffside was astounding, but what caught my eye were the children. They jumped and ran and sang without a care in the world. They were in the moment, no toys or phones or worries. You could feel the innocence in their presence and curious stares. It felt like the…read more

Early morning surf. Dungeons, 2012

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I was out of bed at 4:30 to catch a dingy out to a big wave surf competition at Dungeons in Hout Bay. The mountains were barely in sight from the morning fog rolling away. I spotted a fishing boat that looked as if it might capsize as our 10 foot dingy crashed over a wave. Despite the serene mood of the photo it was far from tranquil as I watched surfers descend down waves that were easily 6 stories high. To experience the magnitude and force of something so…read more

Dusk to Dawn. Emancipator

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The views were immensely wide. Everything that you saw made for greatness and freedom, and unequealled nobility. Karen Blixen -Out of Africa

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Freedom is something that dies unless it’s used. Hunter S. Thompson

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All. Blackbird Blackbird

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road tripping

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Praia

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a lil milky chance for saturday morning

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Shut Your Eyes. Snow Patrol

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