The towering Basalt peaks of the Drakensberg Escarpment forming the eastern boundary between Lesotho and South Africa are incredibly rugged and beautiful. Formed some 180 million years ago, these mountains have captivated my attention. Mostly accessible on foot, the mountains hold many secrets I wish to discover and photograph in ways that portray the true essence of this mountainous wonderland. In northern areas close to Tugela Falls, sheer vertical cliffs drop-off for more than 800 meters straight down. Standing on these edges will make you feel like you are on top of the world. 90% of the images I have captured from the Drakensberg have been through backpacking, walking endless miles and wild camping to be in the perfect location to capture the dramatic features during the best times of day.