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Churches Of The Western Cape

The thing I love about Travel Photography is that each experience is unique. Every landscape is different and every city has it’s own style. Without even thinking about it, I get drawn to certain things. I love photographing the South African landscape, plants, beaches and I am particularly fond of characterful buildings. There are certain things that attract my eye, and in the last two years, I have taken a lot of photos of Churches that I inadvertently started a mini collection of the Churches of the Western Cape.

I don’t know why. Maybe it’s the architecture. Or maybe it’s because every little town I go to has this huge and impressive building. A building that brings people together. I just love how each and every one of them is completely different.

I will be adding to this list as I continue to travel the small towns of South Africa. But here are some of my favourite Churches of the Western Cape. Let me know which ones I shouldn’t miss!

Churches of the Western Cape

Riviersonderend, NG Kerk

NG Kerk, Darling

Riviersonderend NG Kerk

Bonnievale: NG Kerk

Montagu: NG Kerk

Worcester: NG Kerk

Churches of the western cape

St. Mary’s Cathedral: Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt. Roeland Street, Cape Town

Churches of the Western Cape

NG Kerk Swellendam

Churches of the western cape

New Apostolic Church, Zonnebloem, Cape Town

Churches of the western cape

The stunning Roodebloem Studios – which is housed in a beautiful Stone Church that is over 100 years old.

Churches of the western cape

Gardens Presbyterian Church, Orange Street

Churches of the western cape

Joshua Generation Church, Swellendam

Churches of the western cape

Evangelical Lutheran Church, Long Street, Cape Town

Churches of the western cape

Moravian Church, Elim

Churches of the western cape

NG Kerk Napier

Churches of the western cape

NG Kerk Bredasdorp

Churches of the western cape

NG Kerk Caledon

Churches of the Western Cape

NG Kerk De Tyger

Are you drawn to the same types of things when you travel? Is it food, drink, architecture, people? Let me know in the comments.

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2 Comments

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    LoriKemi
    13th January 2018 at 8:59 am

    I love to photograph landscapes and buildings as well (and I’ve been having a thing for mosques for the past 2-3 years for some reason…) because sometimes pictures *are* worth a thousand words and there are really beautiful places on Earth that need to be captured a bit more… Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos! || http://www.lorikemi.com

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      Dominique
      15th January 2018 at 9:38 am

      Awesome! I love photographing Mosques too and plan to do a series of them here in Cape Town. I will check out your blog. Thank you for popping by.

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