I have been lucky to have several talented writers and photographers agree to write guest posts for Notes from Africa. As I had done a “looking back” post for my posts last year, I thought I’d do the same for my guest bloggers. Before beginning with my favourite guest posts though, I’d like to thank […]
The closest to a kiss two birds with scimitar-like beaks can get. This photo was taken at sunset (hence the orange/pink glow) on Valentine’s Day 2011. The birds are Hadeda Ibis (Bostrychia hagedash). To join in the fun go to Weekly Photo Challenge: Kiss
Some creatures carry their homes with them . . . To join in the fun go to Weekly Photo Challenge: Home
I don’t like frogs much . . . But this little tree frog (?) is quite cute, isn’t it?
What do you do if you’re passionate about trees? You climb them of course! If they’re trees the size of the one in this post, you are going to need mountain climbing gear and some serious climbing skills though. Two years ago Leon Visser – a Cape Town based tree-surgeon – visited our area to […]
What started off as an evening photo-walk to capture the Christmas lights down our main street, turned into photographing two of the local churches. It was the first time I’d really realised that the churches are beautiful lit up at night. This particular night by a bright full moon as well artificially. I hope, at […]
This is essentially a “best of the last eighteen months” post i.e. since my last post of this kind (See: 7 Links: A Peek Into My Archives). So if like me, you were too busy to keep up with your blog reading this year, have a look and see what you missed. Or if you’ve only […]