Browsing through the photography of Daniel Naude is something that I encourage you to do. I was certainly struck by the beauty of the work, but it was the juxtapostion--so unusual to me in my urban American life--of strange animals with humans, and in particular of animals with landscapes. One image summed it up the best:
In my America, cattle are never seen on the beach. I wish that they were.
P.S. Those are some sweet looking headlands.