Natural Earth I
Natural Earth II
Natural Earth III
Jacaranda trees are being illuminated by the setting sun in Pretoria, South Africa.
Stony Point Penguin Colony, situated in the Cape Overberg region, Western Cape.
The Strange One
The tranquility and calmness that nature offers is like nothing else. The images was taken in the Kruger National Park, one of the largest game reserves in Africa.
African landscape of the bushveld and shrubs in one of the largest game reserves in Africa. Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Beautiful African sunset in the Kruger National Park with a Vulture sitting in a tree.
Tranquil scene of some African grasslands during sunset.
In the heart of the African bush-veld. Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga, South Africa.
“Nature always wears the colors of the spirit.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Harold Porter National Botanical Gardens, Betty’s Bay, Western Cape.
The magic of some late afternoon light. Trees are showing their magic colours created by the sun in one of the streets in Brooklyn, South Africa.
Some cloud formations over rocky peaks in the Western Cape.
The last remains of the steam trawler named “UNA” of the Irvin & Johnson fleet. She was built in 1890 and spent the first 14 years of her life for deep sea fishing, however, in 1917, she sailed for South African waters. Although “UNA” was the oldest, she was the second largest vessel in the fleet. Irvin & Johnson also operated a whaling station that was maintained at Stony Point in Betty’s Bay. In May 1926 “UNA”‘s life was declared over and she was towed to Stony Point where she can be seen today. Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot left of “UNA”, except for a part of her stern rusting away, with fish darting in and out through the old plates. Stony Point, Betty’s Bay, Western Cape.
View of some of the mountain ranges taken from Stony Point African Penguin colony, Betty’s Bay. Betty’s Bay is a small town situated on the Overberg coast of South Africa’s Western Cape.