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A clump of coral Clivias to cheer passers-by
Tokai: The Not-so-big Guns (a.k.a. Klein-Boetie..?)
For Anne Junebug : Dragonfly "Friendly Hawker" : Stripes are good - and so is this Pelargonium leaf
Cape Peninsula Spring: #1 Oxalis rosea flowering after a fire
For Alan (Top Spotter) Here's a real Hippo grazing outside the Skukuza Restaurant complex
Winter in Cape Town 1: Early morning sunshine in a water-wise Cotyledon garden, with Muizenberg Mountain in the background.
I see the Moon... the Moon sees Me...
Abracadabra!! A profusion of confusion - Are we Yellow Roses... or Dark Red Roses...??? (zooming recommended)
Tokai: Tarring (not feathering) the road, in late afternoon sunshine
For Maja Beegood : All that glitters is sometimes Gold, especially if you are a Rose.
Cape Town: Spring comes to Forest Glade : Molly's bridge with budding trees
Cape Peninsula Spring: #2 Oxalis lana flowering after a fire
Kruger National Park : A quiet hippo pool (can you see the Hippo?)
Cape Winelands: Meerendal Wine Estate - view from the restaurant lawn (enlarging recommended)
Sunshine - encapsulated
Tokai: Autumn twilight over Constantiaberg Mountain (if you zoom, you will see it as we saw it, from home!)
The Big Guns
A very cool striped Dragonfly : black & white is the "In" Colour this year!
The heavenly Quilt, with a little Casuarina (beefwood tree) on the side...
Western Cape Spring: #3 Oxalis purpurea flowering after a fire - Pine plantation cut down and harvested - and the land reverts to its former glory!
Winter in Cape Town 2: early morning dew on flowering indigenous Cotyledons.
Cape Winelands: Meerendal Wine Estate - Welcoming Committee enjoying their lunch
Zygocactus : Christmas Cactus - or Easter Cactus (she is beautiful, zoomed in!)
Cape Town - mushroom (lenticular) cloud effects over Table Mountain & Devil's Peak on a moody summer afternoon
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