We are having a long drought in the Eastern Cape - it's only early Spring and already hot after a very dry winter. On the drive up from Grahamstown to Mt Zebra National Park and the Sneeuberg there's hardly any green vegetation to be seen. The landscape is dominated by browns and blues showing off... Continue Reading →
No need to travel …. one Grahamstown evening
There really is no need to travel. A 90 minute walk up Mountain Drive this evening showed that. It was cool (and got cooler once the sun was gone and the moon was up) clear and still. Just right for a few pictures of my favourite subjects.
Misty Coquetdale: Lady’s Well, Cragside and Windy Gyle
Coquetdale is rich in history, ancient and modern, and has lots of natural splendour: all of which we have experienced this last three days with Jeannie. It has been rather misty, damp and decidedly cool at times but we have had excellent walks nevertheless: at Lady's Well (with Jackie, Angus and Izzie ... plus dogs), Cragside... Continue Reading →
The footbridge at Lindesnäs
For three years I came to Sweden in spring and autumn and stayed in a tiny guest cottage at Lindesnäs. It was beautifully situated up on the hillside above the fjord right against the mountain side with lovely views down to the guest harbour at Lindesnäs. You can probably appreciate how nice it was from... Continue Reading →