Aimee and Ross

Guma Lagoon, Okavango Delta

Domi and Brett

and Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve, Hluhluwe

Temi and Brian

Paternoster, Western Cape

Caroline and David

Babylonstoren, Franschhoek

Kate and Jeremy

The Rose Barn Jeffreys Bay, Eastern Cape.

Betty and Dave

Loch Lomond & Arrochar, Scotland

Kate and Graham

Cranford Country Lodge

Nikki and Richard

Hawaan Forest, Umhlanga

Hayley and Ross

Mytton and Mermaid, Shrewsbury

Welcome to our digital diary of love and adventures

We are two halves of a photography team that make up Knot Just Pics. We love adventures, weddings, old Land Rovers, our fur children (including cats, bunnies, chickens and guinea fowl), good red wine, bands with heavy guitars and mosh pits, meeting new people, and Roller Derby. On one of our first dates at the ripe old age of 20 and 23 we discovered we both had a deep love for making images and both had a background in developing our own photos in a dark room. Fast forward ten odd years and not only have we realised that we are two halves of the same crazy whole that can’t live without each other, but that our love of documenting life has found its home in shooting weddings and world adventuring… Read more

Knot Just Pics on Instagram

  • A brewery, some post storm skies, a tilt shift lens,  and an epic group of people.
  • Those big, tight, never want to let your person go, hugs.
  • It rained a lot today. So we made the most of the less rainy patches with these two awesome people. Ash and Zane.
  • Tayne's dad's face right here, pure magic, pure delight as he sees his gorgeous daughter getting ready to marry her person 😍
  • Aimee and Ross' beyond spectacular Okavango Delta adventure wedding is up on our blog now! Heavens it's a goodie...
  • Andys web and design agency turns 1 today, so proud of all the things this boy does 😍
  • Little people on a big landscape.
  • The many faces of dudes preparing for a wedding.
  • So much love right here πŸ’œ
  • No better feeling than being in the arms of the one you love 😍
  • 2 as cool AF people and some mad mountain skies.
  • Tayne, the perfect purple haired goddess.

We Choose Adventure on Instagram

  • Those gigantic eyes 😍
  • Meeting "Ducky" the African wood owl had to be the highlight of our short Botswana adventure.

She was found on the forest floor on one of the small islands in the Okavango Delta. Tiny, vulnerable and featherlessly pink. The guys at @gumacamp took her home to nurture her back to health and, when she was ready, release her back into the wild. But despite all efforts to rehabilitate her back into the forest, she kept coming home to the lodge.

Ducky is now a healthy five year old who loves catching moths and mice. She also enjoys head strokes and chin scratches, but watch out for those talons...😬 Why the name "Ducky" for an owl? Summer gets relentlessly hot in the Delta, so Ducky cools off by swimming in the pond or sitting under the overflow pipe for the rainwater tanks. 
Bless her feathery little heart!❀
  • That beehive-in-your-torso feeling of excitement (or is it anxiety?!) when you walk out over a runway to board a small plane. This is Maun International Airport, and our last few moments on Botswanan soil. Thanks @fly_airlink for helping make our excitement outweigh our anxiety.
  • One last sunset booz crooz on the Delta.
  • Papyrus for days. Just think of all the scrolls the ancient Egyptians could have made.
  • Another sexy Botswana sunset over the Delta
  • Exploring the Okavango Delta on a mokoro. We heard hippo grunting nearby and got the helloutofthere 😳
  • The great thing about a mokoro boat ride is that it's slow and silent, so you can get up close and discover the insane beauty in the details.
  • Trying to stop the African sun from aggressively burning my pastey skin. 
Our @seatosummitgear Drylite travel towels are more than just drying towels. We use them as blankets, yoga mats and, in this case, for shade.
  • I took this photo of Szerdi moments before we got our motorboat hopelessly tangled in papyrus. Floating papyrus sometimes breaks away from the main islands and blocks up the canals. We had to lift the motor to physically drag the boat over the papyrus and into clear water.
  • One thing about exploring the delta on a mokoro is you get to appreciate the small beauties this place has to offer.
  • The Okavango Delta is a maze of watery, papyrus lined corridors humming with all kinds of animal life.

These are some of the awesome blogs we've been featured on


Website designed by us and custom built by Andy. Check out his website company Kablooey Studios for more info.