Darryl Lampert has long kept local Cape trootists drooling with his magical photos. Understated and full of colour and harmony, his photos and articles have graced the pages of several magazines. Enjoy the photos!

Cover shot!
Cover shot!

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Smalblaar Riser
Smalblaar Riser
Cracking shot of a brown trout. This also made a cover!
Cracking shot of a brown trout. This also made a cover!

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Morning Ice
Morning Ice

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Jean Bence performing his trout disappearing act!
Jean Bence performing his trout disappearing act!
Learn your lessons!
Learn your lessons!

 

Cape River Frog - the detail is in the eye!
Cape River Frog – the detail is in the eye!

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A custom Mario Geldenhuys net behind a sizeable rainbow fin!
A custom Mario Geldenhuys net behind a sizeable rainbow fin!

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Old magic
Old magic
Detail in the absence.
Detail in the absence.
Lakensvlei panorama
Lakensvlei panorama

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Darryl also manages to catch the odd fish…

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Fred Davis

Fred Davis

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  1. Truly amazing pictures – such clarity! The Cape sunshine really does create some of the best conditions for photography in the world and Darryl captures it perfectly. Thanks for sharing!

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