"The last 10 years have seen Cape Town’s iconic Long Street, located in the City Bowl just below Bo-Kaap, become the de facto location for barhopping, boerewors eating, and revelry for foreigners and locals alike."

I am busy with an ongoing project about Long Street at night. See it here on the DailyVox

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Love on Long Street.

I am busy with an ongoing project about Long Street at night. See it here on the DailyVox

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Dulla, sleeping with his baby. 

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Maryka collecting wood for the fire. We went to !Kwha Ttu along the West Coast in Cape Town. Nice place if you’re down to do nothing.

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Ramadan in Bo Kaap: A dying tradition?

A man drying himself after performing his ablutions in preparation for prayers. During Ramadan, you’re not allowed to eat or drink anything between sunrise and sunset.”

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Ramadan in Bo Kaap: A dying tradition?

"During Ramadan, children visit their neighbours and exchange cake before iftar. This tradition is slowly disappearing as some people feel that baking for so many people can be a waste and costs a lot of money."

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Ramadan in Bo Kaap: A dying tradition?

"Bo-Kaap has a magnificent view of Table Mountain. This is one of the reasons for the area’s increase in popularity and gentrification."

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During the annual moon sighting for Eid at the Sea Point promenade in Cape Town, Yusuf Pandey leads the procession for Maghrib prayers.

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During the annual moon sighting for Eid, people stand in solidarity with Palestine at the Sea Point promenade in Cape Town

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We went longboarding.

Full Set

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