Photoblog: Kersefontein

I haven’t been to Kersefontein Guest Farm recently. These photos were taken in 2010 when I visited this farm near Hopefield in the Western Cape for a quick weekend away. I fell in love with its welcoming atmosphere, its magical light and its humble charisma.

The farm has been in the Melck family for centuries and accommodates different kinds of guests, including magazine photographers, during the year.

©Renate de Villiers

Part of the Melck family for centuries. ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein ©Renate de Villiers

B&B Accommodation ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefonein company. ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein Views ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein Views ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein farm house. ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein farm house. ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein light. ©Renate de Villiers

The light falls magically at Kersefontein. ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein ©Renate de Villiers

A plane angle at Kersefontein. ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein ©Renate de Villiers

River swimming. ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein tree tunnel ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein tree tunnel ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein entrance. ©Renate de Villiers

Kersefontein entrance. ©Renate de Villiers

 

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