I enjoy taking selfies. It is something one has to do if you travel solo a lot (which I normally do when travelling for business) and want to at least be in a picture. Selfies are also a way to tell people "Look where I am and you're not" making it a great tourism marketing tool. Driving back to Port Elizabeth from Johannesburg I was on a quiet road between Steynsburg and Hofmeyr in the Karoo and stopped to stretch my legs. There wasn't a car in sight so I decided to do something I have seen a lot of bloggers and Instagrammers do. Take a selfie with the camera on road level while standing right in the middle of the road. Plus it started raining so I could do the stretch out my arms and feel the rain pose. This was the result. One moment I like the picture and the next it feels all wrong (what with lines and thirds and all). I know I need to work on it a bit but lessons have been learned ala Heyneke Meyer and the Springboks. So what do you think?