Previously KNOT JUST PICS. Same shit, different name.

Aimee and Ross’s wedding adventure is a hard one to sum up into words. The Okavango Delta is a magical place for them, and having spent time with them there, we completely understand why. To truly understand the magnitude of what they pulled off with this wedding, you would need to understand the logistics of 150 people being keen to travel up into the middle of nowhere for your wedding. To arrange tables, chairs, a marquee, decor, drink, DJs, food and music, when the nearest town is a nearly 6 hour drive away on a road with more potholes and donkeys than actual road, and the last stretch to Guma Lagoon needing good clearance and 4×4. To understand the amazing community they have, you would need to see how so many people pitched in for days before the actual wedding to help turn a stunning fishing camp at the edge of the Delta into a magical wedding spot. To properly understand the level of energy and stoke for life this group of people have you would need to see the insane parties that happened not only the night of the wedding (which ended with a spectacular motobike blowout), but the nights leading up to the wedding, the shirts thrown to the rafters and the new best friends that were made. And Aimee and Ross’ love? One they have shared from childhood? Let’s hope out pictures can do all of this justice x

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Andy & Szerdi on Instagram

  • This Namibian light 😍
  • Can't get over the vastness of the Namib desert. Mini Ash and Rich for scale ☺
  • Amped to be sharing Scotty and Sarah's story on our blog soon!
  • The most beautiful soul inside and out. Ash you are a true gem of a woman!
  • Ash and Rich in the Namib desert.
  • Just landed from the desert. And it was magic 😍
  • We are off to Namibia with this stunner for wedding vibes round 2.
  • Well now isn't that just lovely! Katie and Jeremy's amazing wedding is in the May @rocknrollbride mag! Beyond stoked for our 2nd feature in the print mag 🙌🏽🙌🏽
  • Ash off to marry her man 💜
  • There is always at least one person at a wedding with insane dance moves. My question is to such people, where and when do you practice?! Do you do extra practices when you know you are going to be a guest at a wedding? Or are you guys all naturally this awesome?
  • Barefoot through the forest.
  • So don't get a fright if suddenly you don't see Knot Just Pics around anymore... it's not cuz we've gone anywhere is just that we are changing our name, to what everyone calls us already anyway ☺ Andy and Szerdi Photography will be all up in your face from tomorrow 💜 (artwork by the amazing @demoneverything )

We Choose Adventure on Instagram

  • Sossusvlei, Namibia. It's so dry your sweat crystallises as it leaves your pores. It is a desert after all. What a beautifully surreal and relentlessly harsh landscape.
  • Exploring the world's smallest desert. The red dunes only span about 200m and are surrounded by lush vegetation and wetlands.
  • 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.

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