Tuesday, June 16, 2009


Today & "in tune" with a whistle-stop tour (SEE: previous blog entry) I'd like to take you on a photographic journey (= with "framed" photos) around our beautiful country.

Boats "framed" at the Waterfront in Knysna (Western Cape Province).

The Beacon Island hotel in my favourite coastal town, Plettenberbay (also in the Western Cape province).

The entrance to the Neethlingshof wine estate (just outside Stellenbosch) "framed" by an alley of trees.

Going north - "little" Mapungubwe (in the Limpopo province) illuminated by the rising sun & framed by branches.

A male lion detected through a "hedge" of dry branches in the Kruger National Park.

A Lesser Masked weaver checking if it constructed a 'safe' nest.

Revealing "typical" primate behaviour - a Chacma baboon 'relaxing' in the fork (= frame) of a tree.

Framed by vegetation - a "perfect" highveld sunset.

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