Kelderhof

So For today only (14th November 2010), the first 50 people who email me a pic of themselves at the development will each win a 1m litho panoramic print….

Kelderhof

Kelderhof

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Panoramic Image taken from the hill above the vineyards overlooking the Kelderhof development, with views across to Gordon’s bay on the left.

Shot at Kelderhof this week and its a really beautiful development about 30 min from cape Town, off the N2.

It really worth taking a drive out to see, even if only to experience the massive underpass we built to safely get residence across, or in this case, under the railway line.

Win stuff and just be clear this is my competition and has nothing to do with the development or developers…

So the inevitable question has just been raised, can you win a pano print for this. Ok why not let’s say that all you need to do to win  the big prinze of 2 x 1.5m panoramic prints (worth over R5000) of mine (your choice which ones), stretched on canvas, is the following:

  • Drive out to Kelderhof Directions
  • Go see Edna, agent on site, she is going to be very confused as she knows nothing about this 🙂
  • Give her your twitter ID or email address and ask her to send it to me

To stand inline to win more, do the follwoing:

  • Photography your self in front of the Kelderhof sign and email it to info@panascape.co.za and you could stand in line to win one of 3 sets of 4x 1m unframed panoramic litho prints.
  • Email me the name of Edna’s dog to stand in line to win one of 2 sets of 3 x 1m unframed panoramic litho prints.
  • Email a photograph of yourself in front of the show house and you could win one of 2 sets of 3 x 1m unframed panoramic litho prints.
  • Retweet this competition, copying me in the tweet and you could win one of 3 sets of 5 x 1m unframed panoramic litho prints.

You can enter all 5 of the competitions and in two weeks time, Monday the 22nd November, I will draw and announce the winners.

More images

Front Gate

Underpass

View from the back of the hill above the development

View from the site, looking towards the hill

5 Comments

  1. Paul November 7, 2010 at 12:47 pm #

    just let me pump my yres to the right pressure, I’ll be there by Xmas thanks Robbie 🙂 It looks stunning as you promised!

  2. Heidi de Goede(FarmGirl) November 8, 2010 at 11:26 am #

    Wow! Looks beautiful. Pity I am so far away, would have loved to enter!

  3. Colette Hörter November 28, 2010 at 8:50 pm #

    Stunning!!! It is beautiful there! Sorry I couldn’t enter your compo… recon the CT guys might have been quicker than me flying over… tee-hee!

  4. Sephora September 4, 2014 at 7:07 am #

    Awesome pics, Lee!Just a question, what is the aevgare number of pics you take on a 180 deg panorama and same for 360. Are you using the Sigma 8mm for your 180 rectangular panoramas as well just curious

  5. admin October 10, 2014 at 9:30 am #

    Hi Sephora, I shoot with a variety of lenses and I can easily shoot up to 48 frames for a 360° panorama

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