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Category: South Africa

Sweet South African Birds
April 12, 2020
Fauna, South Africa
The Western Cape is home to amazingly colorful birds, both in character and plumage. These were seen earlier this year in the Constantia garden and nearby Kirstenbosch National...
Chameleons, 2020 Edition
April 6, 2020
Chameleons, Fauna, South Africa
With the world having plunged in utter chaos, looking at those pictures taken in the Constantia garden in February 2020 B.C. (Before COVID) makes me smile. They are such a good...
South Africa From The Air
April 1, 2020
Airborne, Schtroumpfissime, South Africa
The images below are set in a pre-pandemic world, or rather, in hindsight, an early pandemic stage since the giant was already slowly but surely awakening and taking its first...
Homecoming
March 4, 2020
Airborne, Always, New York, South Africa
So high above all the rampant worry and fear, aboard the smart Airbus 350-900 of a struggling South African Airways, cutting across the Gulf of Guinea towards the equator and a...
Two Worlds
January 10, 2019
Airborne, Always, New York, South Africa
High and low, near and far, micro and macro, slow and fast, grounded and aloft, threatened and free, orange and green, these opposites illustrate the complex tangle of our present...
The Road to Mokala, Part 5 - Bush Run
March 13, 2018
Mokala Trip, On the road, Running, South Africa, Stories
While Vancouver was blessed with the most spectacular playground a runner might ever dream of, South Africa has also delivered memorable—and at times challenging—trail...