If I had to name two places in South Africa of amazing simplicity and photogenic potential, it would have to be Kokerboom Kloof in the Richtersveld and these rock shelves at the Dwesa Nature Reserve. You can't decide what to shoot because you are absolutely spoiled for choice. Despite getting some cracker photos on almost every sunset and sunrise in my 6 days there, I was always thinking "what if I had composed that other rock or that next pool?" It often begs the question...Are such photogenic places truly easier to photograph than less photogenic landscapes?? It is obviously easier to capture a great photograph, but I think that it is impossible to capture an image that truly justifies the simplistic beauty of such a landscape.