Peter B. Pearman
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I'm a biologist, ecologist and biogeographer. I do research on the distribution of species and biodiversity, and the processes that cause those patterns, including effects of climate change. You can find my published work by searching on Google Scholar. I have a website at: <http://www.wsl.ch/personal_homepages/pearman/index_EN?redir=1&>
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There is a great, inexpensive self-catering at the second house along Marine Ave, right at the location indicated for this photo. This is the view right in front of the place! The hosts are very nice people

VOTED !!!

Very beautiful photo !!! Thank you for sharing !!!

You have a beautiful gallery !!!

Best greetings from China ! 行者无路

Hallo Peter Your photos of this area are extremely good. Very well done! I enjoy and appreciate them because I live in the Karoo and love this hard land.

Regards

Rene, Murraysburg

Thanks Peter: <edward_rooks@comcast.net>

April 09, before leaf-out, that sort of dead look. It was a long, hard winter in the Ticino, no? However, the grass is already spring-green.

very nice landscape

Lovely. Voted. Greetings from England

Fantastic restaurant with garden tables and rooms at a reasonable price. Traditional Afrikaans food.

I can only pick at semi-random - I've really enjoyed looking at your pics - they are so much the SA I remember (my wife comes from PE and I lived there for 5 years with several trips into the W.Cape). very nice. Graham

Hi, I found your photos thru Google Earth. I am looking for photos of the Cedarberg/Wupperthal area for display on my website www.schwebebahn.com. The Schwebebahn in a 100+ year old Monorail in Wuppertal, Germany. The Wupperthal in Africa is named after it. I would like to see if you are interested to show some of your photos on my site. You'd get of course full copyright credit and a backlink of your choice.

Cheers,

Peter

webmaster@schwebebahn.com

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