Last week Saturday my wife & I took a drive to see the sunset and we ended up at Mouille Point. I got a shot of the lighthouse when the light got switched on in the early evening.
Today we took my son & daughter-in-law for a picnic. When we got to the picnic site we were disappointed to find that it was closed. We decided to continue on to the seaside town of Kommetjie (Afrikaans word meaning “little bowl”) and ended up walking to the Slangkop Lighthouse (Slangkop is afrikaans for “Snake Head”). They opened the lighthouse and let us climb up to the top – 139 steps – totally worth it. The view is awesome from the top of the LH.
…is more deadly than the male. A week or so ago I found this female Rain Spider eating her mate… The location was under my car-port roof at the top of my studio door. The next morning all that was … Continue reading →
How splendorous nature is. A sunrise, a rose, a clump of mushrooms and a flower worthy of being in the crown jewels of Mother Nature – a Protea Pincushion… I am not going to say much more – see for … Continue reading →
This winter we have had plenty of rain. Evidently it has been the most rain we have had in 62 years. In the last few weeks winter has really kicked it up a gear or two and the cold has … Continue reading →
The blog this week is about getting out there…experiencing nature’s beauty. The place I visited is a place I have been to before, but in my view, it has improved since my last visit. The Tokai Arboretum. An arboretum is … Continue reading →